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Fibreglass manufacturers sold out of administration

Two manufacturers of fibreglass of products have been sold out of administration, securing the future of 19 jobs. Read full story


Eco-friendly car service enters administration

An ecological-friendly executive car service firm has gone in to administration. Read full story


Staffordshire copperworks enters administration

A 200-year old copperworks based in Staffordshire has entered administration, putting 110 jobs at risk. Read full story


Rail network announces restructuring

Rail network London Midland has announced it will carry out a restructuring of its business, resulting in 150 redundancies. Read full story


Akkeron hotels sold out of administration

A number of hotels operated by Barinbrook Limited (formerly Akkeron Hotels (Admiral) Limited) have been sold out of administration. Read full story


LA fitness creditors approve CVA plan

Creditors of gym chain LA fitness have approved the proposed landlord’s Company Voluntary Arrangements (CVAs) announced earlier this month. Read full story


Albemarle & Bond appoints administrators

Pawnbroking business Albemarle & Bond has appointed administrators after its lending banks were unable to support a management turnaround plan. Read full story


91 redundancies at Internacionale

Administrators from PwC have announced 91 redundancies at insolvent retailer Internacionale. Read full story


Pawnbroker mulls future as lenders back out of turnaround plan

Troubled pawnbroker Albemarle & Bond has requested its shares be suspended from trading on AIM after the company’s lenders told the board they are unable to support its management turnaround plan. Read full story


Kinky Knickers creditors to miss out on £800,000

Creditors of Headen & Quarmby, the manufacturer behind Mary Portas-backed Kinky Knickers, are set to lose out on over £800,000. Read full story


Rare earth metals firms wound up

Two companies that sold rare earth metals at “hugely inflated prices” have been wound up in the public interest by the High Court. Read full story


Software vendor enters administration

A Cheshire-based software vendor specialising in online payment and energy management solutions has entered administration. Read full story


Event management firm confirms CVA

A firm specialising in the management of corporate events and training schemes has agreed a Creditors Voluntary Arrangement (CVA) with its creditors. Read full story


No happy ever after for bridal shop

A Sheffield-based bridal wear store has entered administration as a result of rising costs and online competition. Read full story


Leeds United chief dismisses administration fears

Leeds United Football Club managing director David Haigh has moved to dismiss rumours the club is on the brink of entering administration. Read full story


Morrisons to restructure after £176m loss

Supermarket giant Morrisons has announced plans to restructure the business following a £176m loss for the year to the end of February 2014. Read full story


Student property companies sold out of administration

Administrators from PwC have announced the sale of a portfolio of student property companies out of administration. Read full story


Holiday group enters administration

Bed bank and online travel retailer On Holiday Group Limited has ceased trading and entered administration, putting 65 jobs at risk. Read full story


Tune up for bodyshop business

A Staffordshire car garage and bodyshop has been bought out of administration, securing the positions of 17 staff. Read full story


LA fitness announces restructuring plan

Gym chain LA fitness has announced a restructuring plan that will see 33 of its 80 UK clubs put up for sale. Read full story