What places crisis? £90m failed high school in Liverpool stands empty despite costing council £12,000 a day - Daily Mail

Alex Wild of the TaxPayers’ Alliance said: ‘This is clearly a spectacularly bad deal as far as taxpayers are concerned.’
PFI was introduced by John Major’s Conservative government in 1992 as a way to use private funding to pay for major public infrastructure projects. It was widely used by Labour between 1997 and 2010 but faced growing criticism for the long term costs involved and the ultimate liabilities for the taxpayer if projects go wrong.'

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What places crisis? £90m failed high school in Liverpool stands empty despite costing council £12,000 a day - Daily Mail
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