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Library subscription service agency goes bust – not many people care UK Limited, a UK-based provider of library subscription services used by a number of law firms, has just gone into voluntary liquidation. Pursuant to section 98 of the Insolvency Act 1986, a meeting of creditors has been scheduled for Friday 20th June in London. The liquidators are BN Jackson Norton in Croydon. Frankly we are amazed anyone still bothers to use this type of service – as publishers, we have to work with them and, with perhaps one exception, they are a pain in the arse to deal with.