June 2000
Public Finance;06/23/2000, p13
Trade Publication
Presents news briefs concerning government policies in Great Britain as of June 23, 2000. Pressure on the Ministry of Defence to overturn its verdict that pilot error was to blame for the 1994 Chinook helicopter crash that killed 25 intelligence officers; Increase in the number of complaints against the National Health Service; Government financing of a building project by issuing bonds under the Private Finance Initiative.


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