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Intelligent Energy proposing to cut 200 jobs

A technology company based in Loughborough is proposing to cut 200 jobs, according to reports.

Proactive Investors said Intelligent Energy is also planning the closure of some offices, with the majority of the job losses expected to take place in the UK.

It is reported that the hydrogen fuel cells group will now focus on its smaller applications for its technology such as drones and powering mobile phone towers.

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PM: Government 'doing everything it can' but 'no guarantees'

Prime Minister David Cameron has said the government is "doing everything it can" to try to secure the future of steel making in Port Talbot and elsewhere in the UK but has warned "there can be no guarantees of success".

Speaking following an emergency steel crisis meeting to discuss the future of the industry after Tata Steel said it was selling off its UK assets he said the focus was now on finding a buyer.

After the meeting Cameron also tweeted that workers and their families would remain a "priority" while trying to find a solution to the current steel industry crisis.

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Steel crisis: Parliament recall petition hits 100,000

The petition has more than 100,000 signatures Credit: UK Parliament

A petition, urging the Prime Minister to recall parliament to discuss the UK steel crisis has attracted more than 100,000 signatures.

The call to action was set up by Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn as the industry crisis escalated in the wake of Tata Steel's decision to sell off its UK assets.

The petition, which has only been live for one day, has now exceeded the number of signatures needed to be considered for a debate in parliament.

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