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Second ban for Yeovil restaurant boss

The owner of a Somerset restaurant has recently been issued with a 12 year ban from acting in the management of a company, having already serving a previous 11 year disqualification. The businesswoman’s second ban came into effect on 15…

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Scammers are targeting pension pots

The Insolvency Service has advised individuals who are saving for their retirement to protect their pension pot from investment scammers and negligent trustees. This warning comes following research from the Service showing that both individuals and businesses have been targeted…

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Wedding venue director pays his price

Wedding venue director pays his price Director of a stunning Exeter wedding venue, also the location Peter Andre tied the knot with wife Emily MacDonagh in July 2015, has been issued a nine year ban for accepting payments, despite knowing…

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Britain’s borrowing burgeon

New statistics published by TUC following the festive period have shown that consumer borrowing in Britain has peaked. The analysis comes as a warning to individuals who may be turning to borrowers to pay off the cost of Christmas and…

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Triumphant Trio for Escalate

Escalate, the revolutionary dispute resolution process for SMEs, has recently been awarded ‘Excellence in Business Development’ at the Law Society Excellence Awards, making it the third national award that the process has been proud to claim. This title adds to…

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Quarter 3 Insolvency Statistics

First signs of trouble for business? The Insolvency statistics for the quarter to the end of September 2018 have just been released. As far as companies are concerned there is a noticeable upward trend: company insolvencies are up nearly 9%…

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