EU carbon scheme freeze prompts British Steel to seek £100m loan

British Steel, the owner of the Scunthorpe and Teesside steelworks, is seeking government support to pay a £100m carbon trading bill, in a move prompted by Brexit-related changes to the EU's flagship climate change policy.

by Gareth Simkins

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