Government 'loses £700m legal battle with Fujitsu' over failed NHS IT project

Sooraj Shah
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2008 sacking from NPfIT could leave NHS with biggest payout in its 60-year history

Taxpayers may have to foot a £700m bill after the government reportedly failed in its legal battle with Fujitsu over the firing of the Japanese IT company from the NHS's disastrous National Programme for...

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