Today's problems with steel-making reminds me of Harold Wilson's Premiership and the miners. He and his Labour Government were making tumultuous noises to keep failing coal mines open. At the same time allowing the Admiralty and other Government Departments to purchase coal at its cheapest price. Our Bar Boats and Fleet Tugs were sailing forth on Polish and Australian coal whilst darlin' 'arold was fulminating that not using British coal was an attack on the working classes. Who will buy expensive British steel?