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WHAT HAPPENED TO MISSING MILLIONS FOR SCHOOLS?

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A member of the Commons public accounts committee is calling on the National ...
A member of the Commons public accounts committee is calling on the National

Audit Office to investigate what happened to the missing money for schools,

BBC Radio Four's Today programme reported this morning.

Conservative MP Andrew Bacon told the programme: 'I'm going to ask the

National Audit Office to look at this £500m and find out what happened to

it.

'It's a completely unacceptable basis for discussion of education policy

that you have ministers on the one hand and a local authority on the other

arguing about whether they have or have not recieved these monies.'

'I will suggest to the chairman of the PAC that we take evidence on this and

get to the bottom of it.'

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