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RSM Tenon appointed to handle green fuel firm

A green fuel producer which worked on a range of national energy projects has gone into administration, with RSM Tenon handling the process.

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Larking Gowen to handle pub chain administration

An East Anglian pub chain has entered administration, with Larking Gowen handling the process.

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World record retailer enters administration

An international confectionery supplier which boasts a Guinness World Record for the largest stick of rock ever made has gone into administration.

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Northamptonshire football club enters administration

Non-league football team Rothwell Town has become the latest club to enter administration, with Gary Pettit and Alan Price of Marshman Price appointed joint administrator.

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Manufacturer of Hovis, Bisto and Oxo appoints PwC

Premier Foods – the debt-ridden food manufacturer responsible for the Oxo, Bisto and Hovis brands – has hired PricewaterhouseCoopers to assist in refinancing the group.

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Metis appointed by liquidators of tech business

Intellectual property asset valuer Metis Partners has been appointed by the provisional liquidators of Xipower, a Scottish technology business.

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Retail supplier to UK football clubs to close

A clothing retailer that previously supplied kit for the England and Republic of Ireland football teams is set to be wound up after 14 years of trading.

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Alworths revealed as latest retail victim

Retail chain Alworths, which was set up in November 2009 by former Woolworths executive Andy Latham, has entered administration.

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Daily Sport calls in BDO

The Daily Sport, infamous for its bizarre human interest stories and adult content, is at risk of becoming the first national newspaper to close in 16 years after entering administration.

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Deloitte begins hunt for Oddbins buyer

The administrators of wine retail chain Oddbins are continuing their search for a buyer for the company, as the future of around 400 employees remains uncertain.

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Fraudster jailed 25 years after his crime

A 67-year-old fraudster has been jailed for 16 months more than 25 years after his crimes were committed.

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Developer hit with 10-year bankruptcy order

A court has taken the unusual step of suspending a man’s discharge from bankruptcy for 10 years, after he failed to comply with obligations under the Insolvency Act.

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Zolfo Cooper appointed to British Bookshops

Simon Appell, Fraser Gray, and Stuart Mackellar, partners at recovery specialists Zolfo Cooper, were appointed joint administrators of British Bookshops and Stationers on 13 January.

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Deloitte appointed to fashion chain

Deloitte have been appointed as administrators of Scottish fashion retailer Cruise Fashion.

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Greengrocer Stokes in administration

Stokes, the UK’s largest independent greengrocer, went into administration last Wednesday after attempts at restructuring failed to turnaround the company’s fortunes.

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John Laing in administration

John Laing Partnership has confirmed it and a number of other companies within the John Laing Group have gone into administration.

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Reader's Digest falls into administration

The British edition of Reader’s Digest has collapsed into administration after 70 years as a household name.

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Red Driving School hits the brakes

The parent company of the UK’s third biggest driving instructor firm, Red Driving School, has collapsed into administration.

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Crystal Palace falls into administration

Crystal Palace football club was placed into administration last week, with Brendan Guilfoyle of the P & A Partnership appointed administrator.

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First liquidation of an Open Ended Investment Company

Today Cameron Gunn was appointed provisional liquidator of an “Open Ended Investment Company”, more commonly known as an “OEIC”, with the full support of the Financial Services Authority.

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