Public services suffer from the government's recent priority to prioritize cost over quality when outsourced to the private sector.
The collapse of Carillion has highlighted fundamental shortcomings in the government's commitment to provide £ 250 billion in services and projects each year, the Committee on Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs (PACAC) found.
The public's trust in the system has been "seriously damaged" because the Baugigant Carillion is going down, MEPs said.
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