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Why have shares in Worthington, the fraud now in liquidation, not been booted off the LSE yet? Ask the SFO?

By Tom Winnifrith | Sunday 25 December 2016


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The fraud Worthington (WRN) where ex prisoner Aidan Earley has now exposed himself as a shadow director, went into liquidation on November 21. So why have the shares not been slung off the Official List by the UKLA, part of the FCA? I talked to the FCA last week.

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