Directors banned for employing illegal workers

Directors of a Manchester-based fast-food takeaway and a Birmingham-based cooked foods wholesaler have been banned for hiring illegal workers, following investigations by the Insolvency Service working with the Home Office.

Mon, 14 Mar 2016

Directors of a Manchester-based fast-food takeaway and a Birmingham-based cooked foods wholesaler have been banned for hiring illegal workers, following investigations by the Insolvency Service working with the Home Office.

According to a statement from the Insolvency Service, Seema Farhat Usmani, a director of Manchester-based Mughal...

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