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Royal Liverpool Hospital PFI deal terminatedSubscription

The PFI deal that was in place to deliver the Royal Liverpool Hospital will be terminated at the end of this month, with the local NHS trust taking over contracts on the job.

Taxpayers 'face £65m Carillion redundancy bill'

Taxpayers 'face £65m Carillion redundancy bill'Subscription

The government could pay out £65m in Carillion redundancy payments following the firm’s collapse, according to Unite.

Carillion's Royal Liverpool 'poised for government takeover'

Carillion's Royal Liverpool 'poised for government takeover'Subscription

The government is set to take the troubled £355m Royal Liverpool project into public ownership as NHS trust leaders debate whether to terminate the PFI contract, according to reports.

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Royal Liverpool Hospital's cladding hampers rescue deal

Royal Liverpool Hospital's cladding hampers rescue dealSubscription

A rescue deal for the Royal Liverpool Hospital has been hampered by new cladding issues, board minutes from its NHS trust have revealed.

MoD launches £2.9bn replacement for CarillionAmey FM deal

MoD launches £2.9bn replacement for CarillionAmey FM dealSubscription

The Defence Infrastructure Organisation is inviting companies to bid for a £2.9bn facilities management contract that will replace the one previously held by CarillionAmey.

Post-Carillion 'frenzy' forced Billington to buy work_Mark Smith

Post-Carillion 'frenzy' forced Billington to buy workSubscription

Billington chief executive Mark Smith said a “feeding frenzy” of bidding in the structural steel sector after Carillion’s collapse forced his company to take loss-making jobs.

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