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© 2017 Trinity Mirror Midlands
14:37, 24 JUN 2016
Deloitte fined £14 million over MG Rover dealings
MG Rover collapsed into administration in 2005 with debts of £1.4 billion and more than 6,000 job losses
How the British won the war but squandered its motor industry
The demise of Birmingham’s MG Rover is the focus of a new documentary exploring why Germany’s car industry prospered as Britain’s declined. Dominic Sandbrook explains.
MG Rover's Phoenix Four blasted by MP and ex-workers after Deloitte ruling
Former Longbridge bosses in the firing line again more than eight years after MG Rover car plant closed
Those allegations against Deloitte in full
Deloitte could face a fine based on its fee income of the firm - it has been accused of earning over £9m in fees in relation to two key transactions for the Phoenix Four. Deloitte will also have to pay costs.
MG Rover: Deloitte found guilty of 'significant misconduct' - but who cares for the workers?
A tribunal has found financial services giant Deloitte guilty of misconduct in its work for the Phoenix Four
Deloitte loses legal challenge over its MG Rover Phoenix Four advisory role
Company failed to consider conflict of interests when it advised car firm's owner and its auditors during takeover.
Deloitte’s MG Rover role back in spotlight
Deloitte will return before a long-awaited tribunal which is assessing whether it failed to manage conflicts of interest in its advice to the Longbridge car maker
Far East giant taps into the UK heartland
The latest evidence of an emerging Chinese revolution in West Midlands industry is the £30 million takeover of Covpress, the former radiator giant and one of the oldest manufacturers in the region.
MG Rover: Eight years on, Deloitte faces a tribunal hearing
Eight years after MG Rover collapsed owing some £1.4bn and with the loss of 6300 jobs, the accountants Deloitte will appear before a tribunal assessing whether it failed to manage conflicts of interest in its advice to MG Rover and the 'Phoenix Four' group of businessmen.
April 2005: Community linked to fate of the MG Rover plant
Birmingham Post Transport Correspondent Campbell Docherty was the first journalist to hear that production had ceased at MG Rover
Unions to fight job cuts at car factory
Unions have pledged to fight the closure of a Birmingham car components factory and the loss of 235 jobs.