'Again we have been betrayed' - Scunthorpe steel union chief's anger at French submarine deal



THE government was today accused of missing out an opportunity to re-open the moth-balled plate mill in Scunthorpe by awarding a multi-million pound contract to the French.
Paul McBean, the chairman of the Scunthorpe works multi-union committee, led the out-cry as work started today (October 5) on building Britain's new fleet of nuclear submarines at a cost of £41 billion.
It has been disclosed a French firm has won the contract to supply steel for the hulls of the four subs known as Successor.
Mr McBean said: "This is a real kick in the teeth for steelworkers in Scunthorpe and the... read more

 
5 October 2016 in Yorkshire & Humber, Views: 28
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