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Lifeline Project owes creditors almost £6.2m

Lifeline Project owes creditors almost £6.2m

The drug and alcohol charity, which collapsed in May last year, only has sufficient funds to repay £3.8m

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Mandy Johnson: Our strength is in numbers

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Kevin Curley: There's optimism as I bid you farewell

Kevin Curley: There's optimism as I bid you farewell

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