Steel crisis: Union 'called for PM to show an interest'
A steel trade union leader has said David Cameron should have a better understanding of the challenges facing the industry after a visit to Port Talbot.
The prime minister was given a tour of the steelworks before discussing the future of the plant with Tata Steel management.
The Indian-owned company announced in March it wanted to sell its loss-making UK businesses prompting fears for thousands of jobs.
Roy Rickhuss, general secretary of the Community trade union, said he welcomed the fact Mr Cameron had finally visited the plant.
26 Apr 2016
- From the section Wales politics