Saturday, February 11, 2017

June Fox Conservative Candidate For Rutland County Council Exton By-Election Compulsory liquidation

June Fox Conservative Candidate For Rutland County Council Exton By-Election

Election Details

Rutland County Council Election
9th March 2017

Conservative Party

June Fox

Applegate House
Bull Brigg Lane
LE15 8BL

June Patricia TITTERTON-FOX is the candidates full legal name which is not the name given
on the official nomination notice posted by the Returning Officer Helen Briggs, I have asked
the returning officer to confirm the name on the nomination paper matches the electoral entry.
On-line record show the full name is registered.

June Fox was managing director, You Services Ltd

nunber 2 of 2 Insolvency cases

Case number 2 — Compulsory liquidation

Petition date
13 January 2016
Commencement of winding up
8 March 2016

The Official Receiver Or Nottingham
Level One Apex Court, City Link, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, NG2 4LA

Mrs Fox has been a director of more than on company with a very similar company name registered
at the same address all of which have failed.

I personal can't see how a person who fails to provide returns to companies
house would ever cope with the work load of a County Councillor.

Annual return overdue
Last annual return made up to 10 August 2014

Accounts overdue
Next accounts made up to 30 June 2015 
due by 31 March 2016

Last accounts made up to 30 June 2014

The Returning Officers Reply to my question:

On 12/02/2017 at 16:05, Helen Briggs wrote:

> Dear Mr Brookes
> Thank you for your enquiry in relation to the Election for the Exton Ward.
> Please be reassured that the Statement of Persons Nominated is correct. Prospective candidates are as you quite rightly say required on their nomination forms to give their full name as per the Electoral Register. However, they are also able to identify for the purposes of the Statement of Persons nominated and if relevant the subsequent ballot paper a commonly used name. The candidate you referred to has done exactly that entirely properly.
> It has been drawn to my attention that you have highlighted your 'query' on your blog. In the interests of accuracy I would appreciate if you would add to that blog post and any other reference to it this response.
> Regards
> Sent from my iPad