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15 January 2018 By Aimee Donnellan

The troubled construction firm has gone into liquidation after failing to secure fresh funds. The UK government was right not bail out one of its key suppliers. Nevertheless, a messy cleanup will raise questions about the risks in handing state work to private contractors.

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