HS2 Seeks Guarantee On Crisis Hit Carillion

Sites in Manchester, Birmingham, London and Sunderland were deserted today when visited by MailOnline

  • Business Secretary Greg Clark said bosses at Carillion will be investigated and crisis was top of the agenda 

  • Government will pay staff on private contracts for 48 hours after collapse but pay will stop tomorrow 

  • Are you a Carillion worker affected by the collapse? Email katie.french@mailonline.co.uk or phone 0203 615 2210

  • By Kate Ferguson, Political Correspondent For Mailonline and Rory Tingle For Mailonline and Jason Groves and Rachel Millard For The Daily Mail

    Published: 06:18 EST, 16 January 2018 | Updated: 18:28 EST, 16 January 2018



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