Jeremy Miles

Labour MS for Neath

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Labour MS for Neath

Entered the Senedd on 5 May 2016

Recent appearances

  • 7. Topical Questions: Tata Steel 10 Jul 2024

    Well, I would just remind the Member of the points I've already made in relation to the answer I gave to Luke Fletcher. We are days—less than a week—into the term of a new Government, which brings with it a new level of commitment to steel making, to steel production, to the economy, to industrial strategy. This is a changed landscape for steel. I don't think that people watching this...
  • 7. Topical Questions: Tata Steel 10 Jul 2024

    Yes, I can give John Griffiths the assurance that he is looking for. In the discussions that we have had as a Government throughout, we have looked at the effects of the planned changes in Port Talbot on Llanwern, on Trostre, on Shotton and Caerphilly and those sites, and those works play a full part in the discussions that we have been having, and we are in fact seeking clarity on some...
  • 7. Topical Questions: Tata Steel 10 Jul 2024

    Let me be clear that we want to see a smooth and a just transition to more sustainable steel making in the future. That has been our position throughout. That continues to be our position. And, in fact, Jonathan Reynolds's comments this morning were not unmoveable. He was displaying a level of commitment to the negotiations, to the discussions, and reminding us all of the new level of funding...

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