A GP firm has won two large new NHS deals, despite owing £164,000 to HMRC.
MP Locums Healthcare, which supplies doctors to hospitals in Britain, was facing administration over a £348,671 debt to HMRC, the Daily Record reported.
To avoid going bust, the Polmont-based company entered into a company voluntary arrangement (CVA) last year and agreed to re-pay 47% – around £164,000 – over...
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