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How has the UK Government dealt since the collapse of Carillion?

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The fall of the monster of development Carillion will cost around £148m, said the National Audit Office. There will also be significant economic spending, Carillion’s clients, employees, productivity network and banks, NAO said in a report. During the exchange of £1.5 billion in January, the company had 420 open contracts in the UK.

Since then, around 66% of its employees in the UK have discovered new jobs. Nao said 11,638 employees of Carillion in the UK, about 64% of the total, were being used elsewhere. With some, 2,332 to be exact, 13% of the total, remaining with Carillion. NAO said that the £148m depreciation was under a range of weaknesses, for example, plans and benefits.

However, it will be insurance for the previously earned funds by the Office of the Cabinet to help pay the cost of housing. All services provided through Carillion continued after the collapse of the company, although opportunities were taken to some development companies to stop doing so, including the construction of chips in two subsidy centers and Private Finance Initiatives, NAO said. Carillion’s non-governmental bankers may not be able to regain all assets, NAO said.

Similarly, total salary debt, which reached £ 2.6 billion in late June last year, would have to be paid through the Pension Fund. The NAO leader, Amyas Morse, said that the government has “more to go” to ensure the general interest of the population in the case, for example, Carillion. It included: “The government should understand the well-being of the budget and its ability to repair its important suppliers and to avoid cooperating with those who are weak.”

Meg Hillier, chairman of the Public Accounts Committee, admitted that extra work was important. They told the BBC Today: “My board of directors is looking at the largest link between government and speed operators, there are 27 different organizations and a large cross-border agreement. We really need to see this relationship between major government agencies and the government, we will talk to these major suppliers over the next few weeks and will broadcast our discoveries in the middle of the year.”

The government ‘deceived’
A representative from the Cabinet Office stated that the government’s need was to ensure that transparent services provided through Carillion continue to work smoothly and safely. “We have strengthened our plans, and we continue to strive to reduce the impact of debt, after protecting more than 11,700 jobs so far,” he said.

Jon Trickett, a member of the Office of the Cabinet of Ministers, said: “The primary responsibility of the government for the splendid distribution of philosophy has blinded the blind.” Tories were more concerned about business trade bonuses than it was. to ensure the public funds or services of the public, but the services of trusted insolvency practitioners‌ ‌are required any time a company of this size is encountering such financial difficulty.