No Due Diligence = Epic Failure
SNP ministers failed to carry out a detailed check on the work required on beleaguered ferries at Ferguson Marine before taking the yard public https://t.co/QJPQi6IuTf— The Times Scotland (@thetimesscot) April 6, 2022
Yes, the process of carrying out a detailed assessment before spending huge sums of public money is called ‘due diligence’ for a reason.
But it’s now clear this project was all about the SNP and party politics rather than shipbuilding.
Scottish Ministers - Epic Failure (March 26, 2022)
The Times explains how Scottish Ministers have played 'fast and loose' with Scotland's public finances and wasted hundreds of millions of pounds on two 'ghost ferries' which may never be brought into service.
The two ferries MV Glen Sannox and Hull 802 are now four years late