A dispute over a £6 million bill was "a major factor" in the demise of McGill, resulting in the immediate loss of 379 jobs.
READERS LETTERS: Scottish Enterprise CEO on McGill – ‘Large taxpayer-funded loan was simply not going to solve financial issues’
Madam, – It goes without saying that you and your readers will be well aware that these are extremely challenging and uncertain economic times.
Scottish Government accused of ‘dereliction of duty’ over McGill collapse amid claims jobs could have been saved
Scottish Labour leader Richard Leonard has accused the Scottish Government of a "dereliction of duty" over the collapse of Dundee building contractor McGill.
Collapsed Dundee construction services firm McGill and Co was about to be sued by HMRC over an unpaid tax bill.
Madam, – Seeing two construction companies fold in Dundee breaks my heart because I know how hard the management will have been working to save their businesses.
Potential buyers of McGill are being told the collapsed building firm has a number of ongoing contracts which can possibly be negotiated, a leaked document has revealed.
McGill administration: Leaked email shows company founder ‘not surprised’ Scottish Enterprise refused loan
A founder of collapsed building firm McGill has said Scottish Enterprise (SE) was right to deny it a loan which could have saved hundreds of jobs.
WATCH: ‘Why couldn’t McGill get just £2 million to save 450 jobs?’ – Tense exchanges in Holyrood as Jenny Marra and Jamie Hepburn clash on firm’s demise
There were tense exchanges in the Scottish Parliament as MSPs grilled Scottish business minister Jamie Hepburn on the demise of a Dundee construction firm.
Madam, – I would imagine it was music to the ears of most teachers to hear a Westminster education minister talk the other day about banning pupils from taking mobile phones into school.