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Press release: Garage bosses allowed disqualified director to run company

Janice Rogers (61) and Elizabeth Dagg (70), both from Northumberland, were directors of Auto Testing Limited (ATL). Incorporated in February 2007, ATL operated as a car mechanics, fuel station and convenience store.

There was also a third boss, Stewart Rogers. But the 72-year-old from Northumberland had been previously disqualified for five...Read More »

News story: Five Reappointments made to the Science Museum Group

Anton Valk

After an international career in new media and telecommunications, Anton Valk started Abellio, the second largest UK rail operator in 2001, retiring as its CEO and UK Chairman in 2012. Since stepping down, he has remained active in the rail industry in an advisory capacity and as a...Read More »

Press release: College students with unrealised potential deserve better

Addressing delegates at the Association of Colleges (AoC) annual conference in Birmingham, Ofsted’s Chief Inspector will say that many of the 170,000 young people doing level 2 study programmes are facing narrow options and limited flexibility.

Ms Spielman’s comments come as Ofsted publishes a major report on...Read More »

News story: Peter Dewfall joins BPDTS Ltd’s Executive Team


Peter Dewfall was previously with DXC Technology where he held several senior roles leading delivery of services to the Ministry of Defence (MOD) – completing significant transformations in both the secure and high secure sectors of the PHE) and NHS England have launched a national exercise to identify and treat patients who have been previously diagnosed with hepatitis C.

In recent years new, potentially curative treatments have been developed for hepatitis C, but tens of thousands of people who were diagnosed...Read More »

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