Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron leaves 10 Downing Street for Prime Minister Questions at the Houses of Parliament in London, Wednesday, March 23, 2016. (AP Photo/Frank Augstein)
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British Prime Minister David Cameron will hold an emergency meeting to tackle the crisis hitting the country's steel industry Thursday after India's Tata Steel said it would pull out, putting thousands of jobs at risk.The government is facing criticism over its response to the news, with opposition lawmakers saying it was "asleep at the wheel" when Tata, the country's biggest producer, decided to sell its loss-making British operations late Tuesday.Cameron and Sajid Javid, the business minister, were out of the country when Tata took the decision at a board meeting in Mumbai, leaving a junior colleague to respond.The government has said it is working to broker a deal with potential buyers but ministers initially contradicted each other over what options they would consider.
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