Why the National Audit Office is wrong about the future for social enterprises

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A National Audit Office report on the programme intended to encourage health organisation staff to form social enterprises has found no evidence of its value for money. But, argue Cobbetts LLP colleagues Kevin Jacquiss and Ross Griffiths, this disregards the achievements the programme could deliver - given enough time.

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