Good morning. I have a company which as a result of the situation with Carillion at the start of the year has became insolvent. I have sat it out and noticed at that on the 9th October that companies house had commenced the striking off procedure. Shortly afterwards on the 10th November the action was suspended. I received a letter yesterday dated 4th December from Companies House advising that the objection to the dissolution had now been withdrawn and that the action to strike off the company will now recommence immediately. I suppose my questions are :- 1. As the Ltd company only owes monies to HMRC ( Corp Tax and VAT ) I presume that this could have been the only persons to request the initial suspension. If so would the HMRC make a single request or could it have been the VAT or Corp Tax as separate officers. 2. If is has now been recommenced does that suggest that HMRC would not now suspend the action again. 3. Would the period for strike off now restart from the 4th December or would it be the initial date when the first striking off procedure was actioned. 4. Am I able to ask Companies House who originally requested the strike off be suspended or should I simply keep my head down and play the waiting game.