MPs are set to hold an emergency debate to discuss the current steel industry crisis facing the UK.
The Commons debate, which is scheduled to last up to three hours, has been given an emergency slot after calls from shadow business secretary Angela Eagle for further discussions on the industry's future amid fears it was "hanging by a thread".
A buyer has reportedly already been found for Tata's Scunthorpe plant but the future of the larger Port Talbot still hangs in the balance, although the government has suggested it may step in to help aid the securing of a sale.
Business Secretary Sajid Javid said on Monday the government would consider the possibility of "co-investing with a buyer" by providing loans on commercial terms or taking a minority stake in the plant to ensure the industry's survival.
I've been in contact with potential buyers, making clear that the government stands ready to help. This includes looking at the possibility of co-investing with a buyer on commercial terms.
The future of the UK steel industry has been in doubt since Tata Steel announced last month that it wanted to sell off all its UK assets as it faced losses of up to £1m a day and needed vast capital commitment that it could not afford to support.