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Byline: Penman; Sommerlad

THIS month's showdown between one of Britain's biggest labour agencies and the Gangmasters Licensing Authority is cancelled.

The GLA has dropped plans to revoke the licence of PMP Recruitment after alleging it deprived workers of holiday pay and broke the rules on claiming tax against travel and subsistence expenses.

A GLA spokesman told us it had "withdrawn the notice of revocation of PMP Recruitment Limited's licence".

PMP is part of the PS439milliona-year Cordant Group PLC, which employs 28,000 staff and denied the GLA's allegations.

A spokesman for the Cordant Group said: "Cordant companies are fully compliant with relevant laws and regulations.

"We were always very confident of our position and look forward to continuing to provide a quality service to our customers."
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Title Annotation:Business
Publication:The Mirror (London, England)
Date:Dec 6, 2012
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