Safety checks aimed at spotting improper spending by schools and academies are inadequate, MPs will warn today.
The Department for Education is far too reliant on whistleblowers to detect wrong-doing, says the Commons Public Accounts Committee. The report comes after Richard Gilliland resigned as chief executive of a trust, which runs four academies in Lincolnshire, for using a school credit card to buy sex games and luxury goods.
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