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Insolvency Service- Enforcement outcomes
Thomas Henry Harrison (“Mr Harrison”) an ex –policeman aged 69 and Ian Christopher Hughes (“Mr Hughes”) age 43, of Wrexham, North Wales, both gave undertakings to the Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills not to be a director of a limited company for 10 years.
Mr Harrison and Mr Hughes were directors of The Emergency Services (Media Department) Ltd (“ESMD”) which was wound up by the Court in the Public Interest on 16 October 2014, owing creditors at least £54,125. The company also had an unknown amount of contingent liabilities from customers who did not receive services or were misled.
Michael Joseph Bell and Gavin Rupert Kipling, directors of Digital Spark Limited, a designer, developer and implementer of digital and mobile healthcare software company have been disqualified for 20 years for falsifying accounts and manipulating bank data.
An investigation by the Insolvency Service found the two men diverted company funds to their personal bank accounts and failed to maintain accurate accounting records.
Amanpreet Danny Sahota of Dansah Ltd (“Dansah”) has been disqualified for 7 years for causing the company to submit false VAT returns to HM Revenue & Customs and trading Dansah to the detriment of HMRC, the majority creditor at the company’s liquidation.
Dansah commenced trading in April 2011 supplying labour via subcontractors to the construction industry.

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