1. Rescue deal for Wrightbus rejected by company controlled by founder’s son  The Irish Times
  2. Wrightbus rescue hopes take a blow  RTE.ie
  3. Hopes rise for rescue of Wrightbus, if deal on land can be done  Independent.ie
  4. Jeff Wright statement in FULL  Belfast Newsletter
  5. Wrightbus: Jeff Wright 'can't reach deal' for Ballymena firm  BBC News
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Bidder warns busbuilder faces liquidation as early as tomorrow if no deal approvedBidder warns busbuilder faces liquidation as early as tomorrow if no deal approved

Rescue deal for Wrightbus rejected by company controlled by founder’s son

The fate of troubled Northern Ireland bus builder Wrightbus hangs in the balance after a former owner said a deal to buy the company was off.The fate of troubled Northern Ireland bus builder Wrightbus hangs in the balance after a former owner said a deal to buy the company was off.

Wrightbus rescue hopes take a blow

Northern Ireland-based bus maker Wrightbus was last night edging closer to a deal that would guarantee the Ballymena-based firm's survival. The company faces going into liquidation todaNorthern Ireland-based bus maker Wrightbus was last night edging closer to a deal that would guarantee the Ballymena-based firm's survival. The company faces going into liquidation toda

Hopes rise for rescue of Wrightbus, if deal on land can be done - Independent.ie

Jeff Wright says the failure of industrialist Jo Bamford to complete the purchase is regrettable.Jeff Wright says the failure of industrialist Jo Bamford to complete the purchase is regrettable.

Wrightbus: Jeff Wright 'can't reach deal' for Ballymena firm - BBC News

This is the full statement from Jeff Wright:This is the full statement from Jeff Wright:

Jeff Wright statement in FULL - Belfast News Letter

Wrightbus shareholder Jeff Wright was urged to offer hope to its ex-workers by accepting a deal for the land the company is based on with time due to run out for a rescue deal this mornWrightbus shareholder Jeff Wright was urged to offer hope to its ex-workers by accepting a deal for the land the company is based on with time due to run out for a rescue deal this morn

Wrightbus owner is urged to agree land deal as D-Day dawns for anxious workers - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk

Jo Bamford, son of Lord Bamford, the JCB diggers billionaire, has emerged as the likely buyer of Wrightbus, which fell into administration last month. Administrators of Wrightbus, the Northern Ireland maker of the “Boris bus” that employs 1,200 people, mainly in Ballymena, are reported to be in exclJo Bamford, son of Lord Bamford, the JCB diggers billionaire, has emerged as the likely buyer of Wrightbus, which fell into administration last month. Administrators of Wrightbus, the Northern...

JCB chairman’s son Jo Bamford digs Wrightbus out of a hole | Business | The Times

Unions contradicted the claim and said the process was not yet over.Unions contradicted the claim and said the process was not yet over.

Wrightbus rescue hopes take blow amid claim bid has fallen through | Milford Mercury

The bus builder fell into administration in September with the loss of 1,200 jobs.The bus builder fell into administration in September with the loss of 1,200 jobs.

‘Decision day’ for Northern Ireland’s troubled Wrightbus | Jersey Evening Post

Ian Paisley on receiving end of strong words Ian Paisley on receiving end of strong words

Wrightbus deal falls through amid angry words from Jeff Wright - Belfast Live

Read the latest UTV stories, Wrightbus facing liquidation ‘if deal not agreed today’ on ITV News, videos, stories and all the latest UTV newsA prospective Wrightbus buyer has said he understands that the bus-building company will go into liquidation on Friday if a deal cannot be agreed. English industrialist Jo Bamford, son of JCB chairman Lord Bamford, was bidding for the company, but said in a statement that his offer had been refused. “At 10am this morning, I made an offer to the Wright family to match the asking price for the Wrightbus factory and land,” he said. “This includes a sum to match the amount that the factory and associated land was purchased for two years ago from JTI. “Mr Wright has since refused this offer and has now asked for a significantly higher sum of money.”

Wrightbus facing liquidation ‘if deal not agreed today’ | UTV - ITV News