Our thoughts first and foremost are with those who will be losing their jobs in such a harsh economic climate. We will help them, but we must also ensure that this important strategic site continues to play a key role in the Island’s economic future.
The site still has the potential to play a huge role in the Island’s future economy and I’ll be making this clear when meeting with the Anglesey Aluminium Board, together with Welsh Government representatives, later next month.
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