Why Carillion went into liquidation

Carillion, one of the UK government’s biggest contractors, has collapsed, threatening the jobs of more than 43,000 employees as well as hundreds of subcontractors and smaller businesses. Lex’s deputy editor Jonathan Eley looks at the reasons behind the liquidation

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