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It can even cover you if a firm looks like it's going to go bust (terms and conditions apply).
FORMER EastEnder Ellen Thomas has been declared bankrupt - becoming the latest in a string of actors from the soap to go bust.
without the union they will all go bust simple as that, if the regions had a brain they would be dangerous Neil Obrien | about damn time, time they were let to go bust, arguing is all they do, power mad the lot of them.
He said: "It infuriates me that he is making a living from this when I was left to go bust."
Now, the watchdog has upheld a single complaint against a national press advert headlined 'Next airline to go bust?' Paddy Power argued that their marketleading novelty bets were driven by customer demand, which in turn was inspired by the news agenda.
Thousands of holiday- makers fear that they might lose their trips after claims that MyTravel is about to go bust.
In my 30 years of working before being pensioned off on health grounds, I was lucky enough to work for two of the greatest and biggest engineering firms of the day that were allowed to go bust. They were BSA of Birmingham (17 years) and Alfred Herbert Ltd of Coventry (13 years).
Surely its morally wrong for people like Andrew Jones to go bust in a business then start up a new one in almost the same name, dodging the debts incurred from the previous business.
Fewer businesses are set to go bust this year than during 2003 as the UK economic recovery gathers pace, a report claims today.
Blastland says more travel firms "trading in the toughest market for many years" are bound to go bust in the coming months.
WEST HAM co-owner David Gold yesterday declared he wants Portsmouth to go down - but not to go bust.
A YOUNG couple's dream wedding abroad could become a nightmare after bookies made Spanair second favourite to go bust next.