Public spending watchdog, the National Audit Office, has slammed the Foreign
Office after thieves who stole satellite phones were allowed to go on using them
for a year, building up a collective phone bill of more than £700,000.
In its report, the NAO slammed the Foreign Office for its ‘weaknesses’ and
The first phone was barred in August but had already run up a £10,365 bill;
the second phone appears to have stopped working in March last year, by which
stage £115,963 of calls had been made; and the final phone was turned off in
June last year when the bill hit £594,370.
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