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Six insolvencies from within the furniture and furnishings industry were announced in the period September 6–13, 2019.

The book value of John Lewis Partnership non-current assets increased by a whopping £1.67 billion between the summers of 2018 and 2019.

Six insolvencies from within the furniture and furnishings industry were announced in the period August 31–September 5, 2019.

Today's list contains five insolvent companies leaving combined debts of c. £750,000. Names all 14 creditors owed £10,000 or more.

Five insolvencies from within the furniture and furnishings industry were announced in the period August 24–30, 2019.

The production director role at DFS is arguably the biggest job in British furniture manufacturing, given the size of the retailer's own manufacturing operation.

The Yorkshire Linen Company ceased trading in June after a perfect storm of negative factors resulted in the failure of an earlier-agreed CVA.

The outlook for creditors of the company behind the Yorkshire Linen soft furnishings and bedding chain, which ceased trading June 2019.

A look at Meditor's purchase of Carpetright debt facilties and what it might mean.

Today's list contains five insolvent companies leaving combined debts of c. £700,000. Names all 15 creditors owed £10,000 or more.

Four insolvencies from within the furniture and furnishings industry were announced in the period August 17–23, 2019.

Today's list contains six insolvent companies leaving combined debts of c. £1.35 million. Names all c. 25 creditors owed £10,000 or more.

Six insolvencies from within the furniture and furnishings industry were announced in the period August 10–16, 2019.

Today's list contains ten insolvent companies leaving combined debts of c. £2.5 million. Names all c. 35 creditors owed £10,000 or more.

14 insolvencies from within the furniture and furnishings industry were announced in the period July 26–August 9, 2019.

Today's list contains five insolvent companies leaving combined debts of c. £600,000. Names all c. 15 creditors owed £10,000 or more.

Two insolvencies from within the furniture and furnishings industry were announced in the period July 20–25, 2019.

Today's list contains six insolvent companies leaving combined debts of £1.45 million. Names all c. 20 creditors owed £10,000 or more.

16 insolvencies from within the furniture and furnishings industry were announced in the period July 13–19, 2019.

Today's list contains six insolvent companies leaving combined debts of £1.3 million. Names all c. 15 creditors owed £10,000 or more.

Seven insolvencies from within the furniture and furnishings industry were announced in the period July 6–12, 2019.

Today's list contains six insolvent companies leaving combined debts of £1.3 million. Names all c. 25 creditors owed £10,000 or more.

Five insolvencies from within the furniture and furnishings industry were announced in the period June 29–July 5, 2019.

Today's list contains five insolvent companies leaving combined debts of £2.3 million. Names all c. 35 creditors owed £10,000 or more.

Seven insolvencies from within the furniture and furnishings industry were announced in the period June 22–28, 2019.

The companies from the home furnishings sector to feature in the 2019 edition of the London Stock Exchange's 1,000 Companies to Inspire Britain Report.

Today's list contains six insolvent companies leaving combined debts of £1.1 million. Names all 25 creditors owed £10,000 or more.

Nine insolvencies from within the furniture and furnishings industry were announced in the period June 15–21, 2019.

Today's list contains seven insolvent companies leaving combined debts of £830,000. Names all c. 30 creditors owed £10,000 or more.

Seven insolvencies from within the furniture and furnishings industry were announced in the period June 8–14, 2019.

Today's list contains six insolvent companies leaving combined debts of £14.8 million. Names all c. 60 creditors owed £10,000 or more.

Five insolvencies from within the furniture and furnishings industry were announced in the period June 1–7, 2019.

Today's list contains 8 insolvent companies leaving combined debts of £1.5 million. Names all c. 30 creditors owed £10,000 or more.

Three insolvencies from within the furniture and furnishings industry were announced in the period May 25–31, 2019.

Today's list contains 10 insolvent companies leaving combined debts of £4.25 million. Names all c. 50 creditors owed £10,000 or more.

Eight insolvencies from within the furniture and furnishings industry were announced in the period May 18–24, 2019.

Today's list contains 14 insolvent companies leaving combined debts of £3.3 million. Names all 60+ creditors owed £10,000 or more.

Three insolvencies from within the furniture and furnishings industry were announced in the period May 11–17, 2019.

The richest 30 people and families with links to the U.K. home furnishings sector, either directly or through investments.

Today's list contains 13 insolvent companies leaving combined debts of £7.4 million. Names all 80+ creditors owed £10,000 or more.