Advance copies of the report probing the collapse of MG Rover have been
delivered to those featured in the long-awaited study.
It is widely expected that Deloitte’s role as MG Rover’s former auditors
would come up in the 850-page dossier compiled by BDO Stoy Hayward.
Even after a four-year wait, red tape meant there was some lead time before
the report could go public.
“An established process must be adhered to” according to the business
department last month.
“Copies of the report will be given four days in advance to those named on
its pages who, it is considered, need time to prepare themselves for
publication,” the business department added.
The report took more than 4 years to complete at a cost of more than £16m.
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