Eurostar sale ‘represented value for money’ says NAO

The National Audit Office has published a report into the sale of the UK's interest in Eurostar International.

UK: On November 6 the National Audit Office published a report into the £757·1m sale of the UK's interest in cross-Channel high speed train operator Eurostar International, concluding that the government achieved its objective of maximising proceeds and that the sale represented value for money for taxpayers. However, Meg Hillier ...

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