Carillion

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The liquidation of Carillion is estimated to cost taxpayers at least £148 million while accountants and lawyers managing the process are set to earn £70m in fees, the National Audit Office (NAO) has concluded. In a report published overnight investigating the UK government’s handling of Carillio

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Scottish Labour leader Richard Leonard has urged the Scottish Government to investigate “extremely serious allegations” regarding safety issues on the Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route (AWPR) construction project.

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Galliford Try has indicated that the Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route (AWPR) remains on course for practical completion this summer but the firm expects to face additional costs due to delays. The £745 million project to build a 28-mile bypass around Aberdeen, already subject to delays and having

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A further 129 former Carillion staff have secured ongoing employment by transferring to new suppliers, the Official Receiver has confirmed. The announcement brings the number of jobs saved to 11,618 since the company’s collapse in January.

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(from left) Nathan Watson, Sam Clark, Jim Johnstone (community skills manager at Morrison Construction), Tommy Easton (managing director at VQ Construction), Manpreet Singh and Ryan Cochrane VQ Construction has hired four apprentices from the collapsed Carillion business after a call was put out by

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Seven building engineering apprentices have been swiftly re-employed after losing their jobs following the collapse of part of Vaughan Engineering. Fellow members of the Building Engineering Services Association (BESA) in Scotland have found positions for all of the apprentices after Vaughan was for

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A further 97 employees have been made redundant following the collapse of Carillion, taking the total to more than 1,800. The Official Receiver said it has been unable to find ongoing employment for the employees but added that a further 873 jobs have been saved with employees transferring to new su

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MPs investigating the collapse of Carillion have accused the company’s Board of being “focused on their own pay packets” at the expense of its perilous financial situation as it emerged that the firm had set out “highly restricted circumstances” in which bonuses could be clawed back from d

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