Alcoa in legal battle over break-up plan

Joint venture partner claims right to block the separation

Regeneration scheme offers hope for Redcar

Former steel town seen as model for SSI site on Teesside

PORT TALBOT, WALES - JANUARY 19: The sun rises behind the Tata steelworks on January 19, 2016 in Port Talbot, Wales. Tata Steel announced yesterday that it plans to cut 1,050 jobs in the UK, including 750 at Port Talbot which is the UK's biggest steelworks. (Photo by Matt Cardy/Getty Images)

Tata presses Port Talbot bidders on plans

Indian company’s board appears split over site’s future

Tata delays decision on UK steel operations

Company haggles over state aid to persuade it to retain the business

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North Sea oil: The £30bn break-up

It will end one of the UK’s most successful industries but decommissioning also offers a silver lining

Illegal logging, fishing and poaching are immensely lucrative, according to research from the UN and others
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Environmental crime shows sharp increase

Forestry, fisheries and mining are largest areas of illegal activity

PORT TALBOT, WALES - JANUARY 19: The sun rises behind the Tata steelworks on January 19, 2016 in Port Talbot, Wales. Tata Steel announced yesterday that it plans to cut 1,050 jobs in the UK, including 750 at Port Talbot which is the UK's biggest steelworks. (Photo by Matt Cardy/Getty Images)

Steel cannot be saved at any price

UK should only offer incentives to Tata in return for firm pledges

Pensions legal hurdle threatens Tata deal

British Steel trustees concerned over proposals to cut payouts

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Noble Group chairman to step down

Richard Elman’s planned move follows exit of chief executive

US Steel : Seamless tubular products
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US Steel allowed to seek China import ban

First time that sanctions could be used to fight alleged hacking

Tata and BHS put pensions in limelight

Policymakers should turn to the promises made in the past

Cameron and Javid play high-stakes game

Enormous amount of political energy expended to persuade Indian conglomerate to keep steel mills open

Tata Steel ready to keep Port Talbot

Government offers multimillion-pound loan to remain in UK

Voestalpine: iron men

There are some heroes among Europe’s steelmakers

Voestalpine plans new steelworks

Factory to be first new plant in western Europe for decades

Steel: Industry feels the heat

Producers look to flexible and specialised work to survive

Greybull expected to take over Scunthorpe steel next week

Keys to long steel plant expected to be handed over next week for token £1 payment

Javid lands in Mumbai for key Tata talks

Indian company finalises shortlist for UK steel bids

Losses deepen at Sheffield Forgemasters

Britain’s last independent steelmaker hit by oil and gas downturn

Tata Steel ready to trim list of bidders

Board prepares to shortlist prospective buyers for UK assets

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