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The number of those out of work is expected to rise further as more businesses go to the wall. Times, Sunday Times (2011) Businesses go to the wall all the time, runs the argument. Times, Sunday Times (2006)BRITAIN'S biggest nightclub group yesterday went to the wall in a collapse that puts 3,000 jobs at risk. The Sun (2011)It wasn't intended to be stockpiled by bankers while tens of thousands of homes are repossessed and businesses go to the wall. The Sun (2008)SMALL businesses are going to the wall because banks are rejecting Government calls to help them. The Sun (2009)Such trends are helping to offset any weakness in G4S's cash collection business from retailers going to the wall. Times, Sunday Times (2009)They knew that many businesses go to the wall, despite apparently posting healthy profits, because they do not get their cashflow right. Times, Sunday Times (2009)
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