The PwC analysis found there were 1,464 insolvencies in the H&L sector in the 12 months to October 2012

Hospitality insolvencies continue to rise

By Luke Nicholls

Hospitality and leisure (H&L) was one of the worst-hit sectors in the UK in terms of insolvencies over the past year, a new report has found.

The Insolvency Service has reported a surprise drop in the number of hospitality businesses entering administration

Unexpected drop in hospitality administrations

By Peter Ruddick

Accountancy firm Baker Tilly has analysed the latest figures from insolvency regulators The Insolvency Service and revealed the number of hotel and licensed businesses appointing administrators dropped unexpectedly in the first quarter of the year.

Gordon Ramsay Holdings' debt soared to £10m in 2008

Gordon Ramsay in court over unpaid tax debts

By Becky Paskin

Gordon Ramsay Holdings has been given just weeks to settle outstanding tax debts on two of its businesses, after being taken to court by HM Revenue and Customs

The rate of hotel insolvencies is beginning to slow down

Hotel insolvency rate slows down

By Becky Paskin

The rate of UK hotel businesses becoming insolvent has begun to slow down, while those in London return to an average rate