Auditors’ eyes ‘wide shut’ over Kids Company

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MPs have accused partners from PKF Littlejohn and Kingston Smith of operating with ‘their eyes wide shut’ in their audits of the failed charity Kids Company, saying their ‘tactical’ approach meant taxpayers’ money was put at risk and they overlooked clear signs of financial problems which should have been highlighted to government. Pat Sweet reports on the Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs (PACA) committee hearing

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