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College ends use of corporate credit cards after its former principal claimed £40k expenses - FE Week

College ends use of corporate credit cards after its former principal claimed £40k expenses  FE WeekA college in financial difficulty has ended the use of corporate cards for senior staff after its former high-profile principal claimed more than £40000 in.11-01-2019
College ends use of corporate credit cards after its former principal claimed £40k expenses  FE Week

A college in financial difficulty has ended the use of corporate cards for senior staff after its former high-profile principal claimed more than £40000 in.

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