British Steel Corporation

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  • After leaving student politics he worked in the United Kingdom for the British Steel Corporation.
  • Wilson retired from colonial service in 1954 and worked for the British Steel Corporation.
  • Others, such as the British Steel Corporation, were privatized in the 1980s.
  • McGown wrote her first mystery novel after being laid off from the British Steel Corporation in 1980.
  • In 1976, Thorn sold its interest in the group to the government-owned British Steel Corporation.
  • After nationalisation in 1967 it became part of the British Steel Corporation.
  • He took over the chairmanship of state-run British Steel Corporation from Ian MacGregor.
  • In 1978 the works, by then owned by the British Steel Corporation, employed just 200 people.
  • Finniston, FRS, was later to become chairman of the British Steel Corporation.
  • It was renationalised in 1967, becoming part of the British Steel Corporation.
  • The iron and steel works on nationalisation became part of British Steel Corporation and the mining interests passed to the National Coal Board.
  • Brymbo was nationalised with the rest of the steel industry in 1967, becoming a division of British Steel Corporation.
  • The works, along with other major producers in Great Britain, were nationalised in 1967, to become British Steel Corporation.
  • The British Steel Corporation reopened the mine as the Beaumont Mine in the 1970s but this was not a success.
  • He took a post in the Commercial Assessment Department of the British Steel Corporation where his main task was forecasting the demand for and prices of a range of steel products.
  • Other examples include the creation of the British Steel Corporation by the United Kingdom which acquired the country's largest 14 domestic steel companies in 1967.
  • But the history of the British Steel Corporation, even from its Wikipedia, entry makes it clear that major plan to restructure steel making in the UK was created in the mid 1970s.
  • This remained in public ownership and was absorbed into the British Steel Corporation when the industry was re-nationalised by the government of Harold Wilson in 1967.
  • He stood down from his trade union post in 1966, to become Director of Labour Relations at the British Steel Corporation, in which role he frequently came into conflict with the steel workers' trade unions.
  • After nationalisation it passed into the hands of the British Steel Corporation and then the Corus Group, a subsidiary of Tata Steel Europe.
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