NHS trusts win legal fight over Virgin Care child health contract

Court throws out Lancashire council’s awarding of £104m services deal to private firm

A decision by Lancashire county council to award a £104m contract for children’s healthcare services to Virgin Care has been thrown out after a legal challenge by NHS trusts.

A high court judge found the local authority’s process was flawed and the contract for services for children aged 0-19 should not have been awarded to the private provider late last year.

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