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A Web site has been set up to provide support for 150 former employees of Grey Archer, an online exchange for the UK pub trade.

Japanese investment bank Nomura pulled the plug on Grey Archer last month, forcing the company into liquidation.

All permanent members of staff were made redundant without notice and so far they've not received any payments in lieu of notice or any redundancy pay.

The site, at bad-apple.info, is meant to be central point of contact and support for ex-members of Grey Archer.

Although only recently launched, it contains information about how ex-employers can try and claim for cash they believe is due, following the collapse of the company.

However, those behind the site make it clear that it is not intended as a forum for "abusing, accusing, slandering or defaming anyone". ®

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