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Britain's justice ministry slammed for 'shambolic' commissioning

By Christine Murray LONDON, Feb 6 (Reuters) - British government plans to contract out billions of pounds worth of public services to private companies have been called into question in a parliamentary committee report published on Wednesday. The Ministry of Justice plans, which have been criticised by the opposition Labour party, include allowing firms to run criminal probation services, and are part of a wider drive across government to cut spending by outsourcing.
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