DfE 'unconcerned' over suspected large profits at free school meals provider


Parliament’s spending watchdog finds department failed to renegotiate terms to reduce costs

The Department for Education (DfE) was “surprisingly unconcerned” with suspected large profits made by a private contractor at the centre of a free school meals fiasco and failed to reduce the costs, parliament’s spending watchdog has concluded.

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