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Urgent talks over future of Four Seasons care homes in UK

Creditor H/2 makes concessions amid crisis at health firm caring for 17,000 elderly and vulnerable people The care homes operator Four Seasons Health Care is on course for a stay of execution before a crunch debt deadline, after its major creditor offered to drop demands rejected by directors. Last-ditch talks aimed at staving off the worst care homes collapse since Southern Cross were still taking place on Sunday.
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