There's a another potential lifeline for 2,000 South Yorkshire steel jobs, with senior staff at Tata Steel's Port Talbot site expected to announce plans for a management buyout.
It's being reported employees could be asked to invest as much as £10,000 towards the deal, to take control of the Indian company's UK plants - including its sites in Rotherham and Stocksbridge. It's the third potential takeover deal, after previous interest from investment company Greybull Capital and commodity trader Liberty House.
Responding to the reports, a spokesperson for Community, the steelworkers’ union, said it welcomed interest from all credible potential new owners.
With the latest from Rotherham, here's David Hirst.