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AS MORE and more businesses go to the wall, petrol retailers across the West Midlands have called an urgent meeting with Caroline Spelman, MP for Meriden, to mastermind new remedies to the increasing problems they face.
Specter told the gathering that the two "went to the wall" to secure the federal grant, and that "we're prepared to go to the wall again and again and again.
PORT Vale chairman Bill Bratt fears the club could go to the wall if fans do not invest pounds 200,000 by the end of December.
Officials at Hexham's racecourse fear recommendations by the Office of Fair Trading could see it go to the wall.
If they go to the wall, high street stores such as House of Fraser and Jenners - owned by Iceland's Baugur Group - could be affected.
Not only will Nissan go to the wall, but so will all those other factories who supply them.