by Our News Desk
PRIVATISED water companies in England and Wales have slurped up an eye-watering £800 million in tax cuts and low borrowing charges alone since 2010, the National Audit Office (NAO) revealed yesterday.
In a new report published today, the spending...
Wednesday 14th Oct 2015
posted by Morning Star in Britain
FURTHER education is in “financial meltdown” with scores of colleges doubling their deficit since 2010, the National Audit Office (NAO) warned yesterday.
A “rapid decline” was found in the positions of the 244 institutions in...
Tuesday 21st Jul 2015
WELFARE-TO-WORK schemes for which profiteers get payment by results (PBR) were dealt a major blow yesterday as auditors warned they might create “perverse incentives” for the providers.
The damning assessment by the National Audit Office (NAO) showed that central government...
Friday 19th Jun 2015
posted by Paddy McGuffin in Britain
SIGNIFICANT cuts to government budgets and staff revealed in the spending watchdog’s latest report were labelled “arbitrary and ideological” by public-service union PCS yesterday.
The union said that the National Audit Office analysis of central government staff costs...
Friday 5th Jun 2015
POLICE services could be severely degraded if the government pushes through any more cuts, the public spending watchdog warned yesterday.
The National Audit Office said that the Home Office had no information to determine how much further it could cut police funding without degrading...
Thursday 4th Jun 2015
Clear and unambiguous
Norman and Douglas v National Audit Office
Friday 24th Apr 2015
posted by Morning Star in Features
Thursday 22nd Jan 2015
Thursday 15th Jan 2015
Cases without lawyers take up to 50% longer, warns National Audit Office
Thursday 20th Nov 2014
posted by Will Stone in Britain
Tuesday 11th Nov 2014
posted by Richard Bagley in Britain