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2,500 job cuts inevitable in Tata Steel’s UK operations: CEO Narendran

2,500 job cuts inevitable in Tata Steel’s UK operations: CEO Narendran

3 min read Last Updated : Jun 02 2024 | 11:45 AM IST Loss of jobs for around 2,500 workers at Tata Steel’s operations in the UK, which are in a transition phase, is “inevitable”, the company’s CEO T V Narendran said. Fear of job losses has attracted criticism of the workers’ unions...

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Job cuts in Tata Steel’s UK operations inevitable, says CEO Narendran

Job cuts in Tata Steel’s UK operations inevitable, says CEO Narendran

NEW DELHI: Loss of jobs for around 2,500 workers at Tata Steel’s operations in the UK, which are in a transition phase, is “inevitable”, the company’s CEO T V Narendran said. Fear of job losses has attracted criticism of the workers’ unions and they are continuously protesting against the company in the UK. India-based Tata...

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Unemployed Britons to do migrant jobs under Labour plans

Unemployed Britons to do migrant jobs under Labour plans

Unemployed Britons will be trained to do jobs normally taken by overseas workers to cut net migration, the Shadow Home Secretary has said as she unveiled Labour’s plans to curb Britain’s reliance on foreign labour. Yvette Cooper told The Sunday Telegraph that a new cross-government drive will be launched aimed at training up the unemployed to fill roles...

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General election: Conservatives pledge cash for towns as Labour vows help to work

General election: Conservatives pledge cash for towns as Labour vows help to work

PA Media The Conservatives have pledged to give 30 towns across the UK £20m each in an expansion of its levelling-up policy, if the party is re-elected. Areas including Tamworth, Halifax, Newtown and Perth would benefit from the funding, with local people deciding how it would be used. But Labour branded the levelling-up pledge a...

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Residents living in city voted worst to visit in Britain reveal ‘rundown dump’ has become a ‘ghost town’ with lack of jobs for locals and youths running riot

Residents living in city voted worst to visit in Britain reveal ‘rundown dump’ has become a ‘ghost town’ with lack of jobs for locals and youths running riot

Derby residents are in despair at living in a ‘rundown dump’ named Britain’s worst city to visit, which is now a ‘ghost town’ plagued by yobs and antisocial behaviour. The unwanted title was given to Derby after a poll of nearly 4,000 people about their experiences of visiting UK cities in the last two years...

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Energy HQ will bring huge number of Scottish jobs – Starmer

Energy HQ will bring huge number of Scottish jobs – Starmer

Labour will bring a “huge number” of skilled jobs to Scotland by basing the HQ of its new energy company there, Sir Keir Starmer says. The party plans to create a publicly-owned company called Great British Energy. On an election campaign visit, the Labour leader said the firm would drive the transition to clean energy...

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Nuclear reaction from city’s election candidates

Nuclear reaction from city’s election candidates

If the city is chosen, the development would bring thousands of jobs and around £1.5bn to the economy. Holtec Britain announced on Wednesday that Kingmoor Park is on a shortlist of four sites that have made it through to the final stage of its competition to find a location to build SMRs for deployment in the UK, Europe,...

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General election 2024 latest: Starmer vows green energy push, but SNP says plans will destroy jobs – BBC News

General election 2024 latest: Starmer vows green energy push, but SNP says plans will destroy jobs – BBC News

General election 2024 latest: Starmer vows green energy push, but SNP says plans will destroy jobs – BBC News BreakingBreaking news Close breaking news Summary Keir Starmer is in Scotland later to launch Labour’s energy plans – including a promise to start work on creating green energy projects within months, if elected He wants to...

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Hundreds of University of York jobs could go, union says

Hundreds of University of York jobs could go, union says

30 May 2024 By Emily Johnson, BBC News Getty Images The University and College Union say the University of York are hoping to save £34m by reducing the staff budget Hundreds of staff members could leave the University of York due to cuts, the University and College Union (UCU) has said. A voluntary severance scheme was announced...

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Potential factory could add £1.5bn to economy and thousands of jobs

Potential factory could add £1.5bn to economy and thousands of jobs

Kingmoor Park is one of four sites selected by Holtec Britain after 13 businesses and local authorities expressed interest earlier this year.  If successful, Kingmoor Park will benefit from an initial investment of £1.3 billion, reflecting Holtec’s budget for construction. Expected to generate thousands of jobs over the next 15 years, the 20-hectare factory is predicted to...