Urgent Question on the resignation of Lord Kerslake

12 December 2017

Harriet Harman asked an Urgent Question in the House of Commons on the resignation of Lord Kerslake from King's College Trust on Tuesday 12 December.

The question was responded to by Philip Dunne, Minister of State within the Department of Health. He began by paying tribute to Lord Kerslake but raised concerns about financial projections from King's College Trust not being met.

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