Harland and Wolff, known for constructing several famous ships, including the RMS "Titanic" and HMS "Belfast", collapses into administration. All 130 employees have been given redundancy notices, and the company is expected to cease trading after 158 years.
Administrators appointed to Harland and Wolff © BBC
A spokesman for the shipyard firm says accountancy firm BDO has been appointed as administrators.
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