Secretary of State for Wales will be met by protesters including Deeside AM candidate Carl Sargeant at Shotton Steel today
Secretary of State for Wales Alun Cairns MP is visiting Tata Shotton today at 2pm.
Cairns the new Wales Secretary recently took over the role from Stephan Crabb MP who was promoted to Secretary for Work and Pensions following the resignation from the Cabinet of Iain Duncan Smith, will be greeted at the gates on Weighbridge Road by trade union and Labour party politicians including Labour’s Alyn and Deeside Assembly candidate Carl Sergeant Labour party members.
The protesters will be carrying ‘Save Our Steel’ placards and posters “to let him know how they feel about Tory inaction on the steel crisis.” Carl Sargeant said.
Mr Sargeant added:
“We’re protesting against the UK Tory Government’s complete mismanagement and lack of action on the steel crisis.
“Steel is integral to this country – for tens of thousands of people’s livelihoods, for our economy, for our national security. The Tory Government has had months to act on this – where has Alun Cairns been until now?
“We’ll be showing our solidarity for the Shotton plant, a profitable plant that deserves a bright future.” Spotted something? Got a story? Send a Facebook Message | A direct message on Twitter | Email: News@Deeside.com