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A ballot on a new pension offer will be put to Tata Steel workers from today.
All unions and officials have agreed to fully endorse the proposal which includes a £1bn investment over 10 years.
The deal includes a two-blast furnace operation at Port Talbot and plans for no compulsory redundancies for the next five years.
But the current pension scheme will be terminated as part of the deal in return.
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First Minister Carwyn Jones and Economy Secretary Ken Skates have met the Chief Executive of TATA Steel UK, Bimlendra Jha, to discuss the future of steel making in Wales.
I made it very clear to TATA that they now have an important responsibility to explain in full the amendments to the pensions scheme to everybody involved.
It is then important that we let the ballot take place, without political interference, and let members vote on the changes that have been agreed.
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Shadow Welsh Secretary Jo Stevens has welcomed the UK Government's announcement that it will reduce tolls on the Severn Bridges, but has urged ministers to consider dropping the charges altogether.
After tireless campaigning from local Labour MPs and many commuters, this long overdue announcement that the government will finally be lowering the toll is good news for businesses and commuters in South Wales.
However, with little concrete information about how the free flow system will work in practice, the devil will be in the detail and I will be pushing Ministers to ensure any changes leave people better off.
I’ll look at the consultation carefully, I encourage as many people and businesses as possible to respond to the consultation and I hope the government will consider seriously the views of those who think the charges need to be dropped entirely.
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Unite Wales says TATA employees will not be guided by “publicity seeking politicians”
This week Adam Price, Plaid Cymru’s Economy spokesman, called on Port Talbot's steelworkers to reject the pensions deal on offer from owners Tata.
The comments made by Plaid Cymru are deeply unhelpful at the present time.
Each employee of TATA has a difficult and personal decision to make.
As a Union we will be guided by our members.
It is for them to instruct us as to what their collective position will be on the proposals.
In December the Indian steel giant made a commitment guaranteeing production at Port Talbot for five years and pledging to seek to avoid compulsory redundancies.
It also announced that it would consult with workers on closing the existing British Steel pension scheme and replacing it with a new, defined contribution scheme.
Unions will ballot their members on the proposals later this month.