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“The Government plan to spend £100 billion of public money and have revealed no information about how the procurement process will work,”

 
Hi 

“The Government plan to spend £100 billion of public money and have revealed no information about how the procurement process will work,” say campaigning organisation EveryDoctor.

They’re talking about Operation Moonshot, the Government’s latest plan to increase the national coronavirus testing programme.

Alongside the Good Law Project, EveryDoctor are taking legal action to get answers and ensure that public money is well spent.

According to the Pre-Action Protocol letter, there are serious concerns that the Government is “punting unprecedented sums of public money on technology that does not exist.”
 

Can you help?

EveryDoctor and Good Law Project state on their case page: “We’ve already seen what happens when Government abandons rigorous procurement processes and good governance: 

£12 million on a contact tracing app that never saw the light of day; £200 million on a centralised test and trace system that failed to reach almost half of infected people’s contacts; over £150 million on masks that will never be used in the NHS… 

We need honest and open answers from this Government about Operation Moonshot.” Read more, including the Pre-Action Protocol letter, here.

Thank you for your support,

Maeve at CrowdJustice

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