Private finance handbacks threaten disputes

Parliament’s public spending watchdog the Public Accounts Committee has made another attack on the Private Finance Initiative, this time warning that sloppy handing back of the £60 billion of assets created under it could cost the taxpayer even more wasted money. Disputes seem almost certain, Nick Barrett reports.

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