Can you please tell me if TUPE exists if the tender for a contract is won by a Spanish company. Myself and two colleagues have worked for a UK company for 10 years providing an international service to cycling races. Last month this work was put out to tender and the bid was won by a Spanish Company who will provide the same service on a 3 year contract. My current company cannot exist without this contract so will cease to exist in the next few weeks. Can you please tell me if my position, which will still exist, will transfer to the Spanish Company. Can you explain how this would work ie. although the work takes place in a number of countries across the world, with travel making up 5 months of the year, the Head Office will be based in Spain. Will I be expected to relocate to Spain, will I be made redundant - if so who will be liable for my redundancy, will I be entitled to obtain loss of earnings ? NB: The Spanish company already has a workforce of 60+ staff. The company that is folding is only one of many owned by my current employer, he has told us that he cannot make us redundant as we are now employed by the Spanish company who won the bid. He has also told us that he will give us a gratius payment if we object to being TUPE'd across. He has told us that the Spanish company are refusing to answer his correspondence regarding TUPE of the three staff. We have been given a finish date of 31st December. Many thanks in advance for any advice you can offer.