Sadness and fear in Scunthorpe after British Steel liquidation

  The Guardian 

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Future uncertainty is affecting businesses and residents beyond the steelworks There was a sombre mood hanging over Scunthorpe on Wednesday as workers and residents came to terms with the news that British Steel, the town’s biggest employer, hadgone into liquidation. Workers have been told not to speak to the press but one lorry driver said: “I’ve worked here all my life. It doesn’t matter how ol
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