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IoW battles to get £365k back from school contractor

The Isle of Wight Council is facing a legal battle to get £365,000 back from a school building contractor, which has gone into administration.

Authority in line to lose £10m if club is wound up

Northampton BC’s attempts to recoup a £10.25m loan to a football club have gone into extra time after the taxman issued a winding up notice.