Emergency talks over gas price crisis continue

Trade group UK Steel told the BBC that Boris Johnson needed to take control before it was too late – although it described as “really good news” an announcement that the country’s third largest steel maker, Liberty Steel, would restart operations at its plant in Rotherham later this month.

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