By Tom Winnifrith | Tuesday 25 October 2016
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Drat. There was I expecting to hear the winding up petition for the Worthington (WRN) CVA had gone through as planned at the High Court yesterday as scheduled. In the aceeeeeeeeeeeeeeeed world of Doug Ware and Aiden Earley this was meant to be good news. But at 9.52 AM today the white rabbit popped up with an announcement:
Further to the Company's announcement of 17th October 2016, the Court Hearing has been adjourned for 28 days to 21st November 2016.
er... why? We thought that a winding up petition was good news for holders of the golden tickets? Do not tell us that something has gone wrong with the cunning plan which I analysed HERE.
The silence is deafening. The end game is still the same. Insolvency.
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