THE COMPANY behind the controversial newspaper The Light has dissolved - this is according to Companies House. 

At the end of November, a first gazette notice for compulsory strike-off was given. 

A Gazette notice declares that the company will be struck off Companies House and cease to exist legally.

This notice gives a company three months until they are removed from the register as a result of failure to file company accounts or non-payment of tax.

Last week, a final gazette was given, forcing the company to be dissolved via compulsory strike-off. 

This occurs when a company's legal existence is removed from the Companies House register. 

On Companies House, it says that The Light Paper Ltd dissolved on Tuesday, February 15.