Rover inquiry racks up £4.5m bill

Rover inquiry racks up £4.5m bill

BDO team get £4.1m of inquiry costs, which are now increasing at £500,000 a month

BDO Stoy Hayward has been paid a total of £4.1m for its work on the
investigation into MG Rover, it has emerged.

The DTI revealed the figures following a Freedom of Information Act request
from the Financial Times.

The bill for the inquiry as a whole is now increasing by £500,000 a month to
a total of £4.5m so far, the paper says, going to BDO’s team, led by Gervase
MacGregor, and to Guy Newey QC.

The report into the demise of the company is expected this year.

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