KPMG criticised for rejecting Northamptonshire public interest report pressure

By Dan Peters | 02 April 2020

Northamptonshire CC’s commissioners have criticised the council’s former auditors for deciding not to issue a rare public interest report.

The county became the first council to issue a Section 114 notice for 20 years in 2018, prompting the arrival of two government-appointed commissioners led by former Lincolnshire CC chief executive Tony McArdle.

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