Four insolvencies from within the furniture and furnishings industry were announced in the period from September 19–25, 2020.

Five companies left combined debts of £3 million with 35 companies owed £10,000 or more.

Three companies left combined debts of £12 million with 30 companies owed £10,000 or more.

Four insolvencies from within the furniture and furnishings industry were announced in the period from September 12–18, 2020.

Six companies left combined debts of £2.45 million with 35 companies owed £10,000 or more.

Three insolvencies from within the furniture and furnishings industry were announced in the period from September 5–11, 2020.

Insolvencies from within the furniture and furnishings industry announced in the period from August 29–September 4, 2020.

Four companies left combined debts of £15.5 million with 30 companies owed £10,000 or more.

Three companies left combined debts of £5.4 million with 30 companies owed £10,000 or more.

Four insolvencies from within the furniture and furnishings industry were announced in the period from August 22–28, 2020.

Four companies left combined debts of £29.7 million with 50 companies owed £10,000 or more.

Four insolvencies from within the furniture and furnishings industry were announced in the period from August 15–21, 2020.

Six companies left combined debts of £11.1 million with 22 companies owed £10,000 or more.

Three insolvencies from within the furniture and furnishings industry were announced in the period from August 8–14, 2020.

Five companies left combined debts of £1.5 million with 25 companies owed £10,000 or more.

Two insolvencies from within the furniture and furnishings industry were announced in the period from August 1–7, 2020.

Nine insolvencies from within the furniture and furnishings industry were announced in the period from July 25–31, 2020.

Eight companies left combined debts of £4.9 million with 60 companies owed £10,000 or more.

Today's list contains six insolvent companies leaving combined debts of c. £1 million.

Four insolvencies from within the furniture and furnishings industry were announced in the period from July 18–24, 2020.

Today's list contains five insolvent companies leaving combined debts of c. £8.4 million.

10 insolvencies from within the furniture and furnishings industry were announced in the period from July 11–17, 2020.

Today's list contains six insolvent companies leaving combined debts of c. £1.1 million.

31 insolvencies from within the furniture and furnishings industry were announced in the period from July 4–10, 2020.

Today's list contains eight insolvent companies leaving combined debts of c. £94 million.

Four insolvencies from within the furniture and furnishings industry were announced in the period from June 27–July 3, 2020.

Today's list contains seven insolvent companies leaving combined debts of c. £5.4 million.

Seven insolvencies from within the furniture and furnishings industry were announced in the period from June 20–26, 2020.

Today's list contains five insolvent companies leaving combined debts of c. £3.8 million.

Four insolvencies from within the furniture and furnishings industry were announced in the period from June 13–19, 2020.

Today's list contains five insolvent companies leaving combined debts of c. £18.4 million.

Three insolvencies from within the furniture and furnishings industry were announced in the period from June 6–12, 2020.

Today's list contains ten insolvent companies leaving combined debts of c. £123 million.

Four insolvencies from within the furniture and furnishings industry were announced in the period from June 1–5, 2020.

Today's list contains ten insolvent companies leaving combined debts of c. £1.3 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 from May 23–29, 2020.

Today's list contains ten insolvent companies leaving combined debts of c. £2.2 million. Names all c. 45 creditors owed £10,000 or more.

Eleven insolvencies from within the furniture and furnishings industry were announced in the period from May 16–22, 2020.

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

Seven insolvencies from within the furniture and furnishings industry were announced in the period from May 8–15, 2020.