13. Mar, 2018

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Collapsed outsourcing firm Carillion “shelled out” £6.4m to advisers the day before it pleaded for an emergency £10m loan from the Government, it has been revealed today.

The huge handout – to private consultants and law firms – “lays bare the cynical leadership of the Carillion board”, said the head of the Commons business committee, which is investigating the debacle.

“Expensive advisers still pocketed millions while workers risked losing jobs and long-suffering suppliers faced financial ruin,” Rachel Reeves said.
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Collapsed outsourcing firm Carillion “shelled out” £6.4m to advisers the day before it pleaded for an emergency £10m loan from the Government, it has…
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