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Costs of failed NHS IT project continue to rise

18 September 2013 Last updated at 07:52 BST

The cost of a failed IT system for the NHS, which was abandoned two years ago, is still rising and could reach £10bn, according to a report by MPs.

The Public Accounts Committee described the attempt to upgrade NHS computer systems as one of the "worst and most expensive contracting fiascos" in public sector history.

Carole Walker reports.

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