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Port Talbot workers head to London to protest

Hundreds of steelworkers are heading to London to demonstrate and put pressure on the government to help secure the future of the steel industry.

Today is a crunch day for the workers as Tata's board is meeting to discuss the bids.

Business Secretary Sajid Javid and Welsh First Minister Carwyn Jones have travelled to India for the meeting.

ITV News' Rupert Evelyn reports:

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Mourinho one step closer to Man Utd appointment as talks continue

Jose Mourinho outside his London home yesterday Credit: PA

Jose Mourinho is closing in on a deal to become Manchester United's new manager as talks continue.

Negotiations between the team's executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward and Mourinho's agent, Jorge Mendes, began yesterday and are set to resume today.

Former Old Trafford boss, Louis van Gaal's turbulent two years with the team was brought to an end on Monday after he was sacked.

M&S boss warns revamp will hit profits

Marks & Spencer has reported a 4.3% rise in underlying pre-tax profits to £689.6 million for the year to the start of April - but its new boss says profits will take a hit as he announced price cuts and a revamp of its clothing range.

Steve Rowe, who took over from Marc Bolland as chief executive last month, said M&S will reduce everyday prices while cutting back on promotions and clearance sales.

He said the store will remain focused on quality through "fabric, fit and finish" and reduce the number of product lines in its autumn/winter ranges.

In effort to improve customer service, more staff will be put in store, particularly in cafes and changing rooms.

Our results last year were mixed. We continued to outperform on food but we underperformed on clothing and home sales. This is not satisfactory and today we are outlining our initial plans to address the issues and to position Marks & Spencer to deliver profitable sales growth.

– Steve Rowe, Marks and Spencer Chief Executive
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