Delays in awarding the contract to build the trains for the Government's Thameslink upgrade may have put the project in jeopardy, a public spending watchdog says.
The National Audit Office (NAO) says the delays cast doubt on the government's ability to deliver a major upgrade of the key rail route by the 2018 deadline.
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