G4S's £24M tagging offer rejected

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G4S tagging contract probe launched
G4S tagging contract probe launched

A £24 million offer from security giant G4S to settle an overcharging scandal has been rejected by the Government as officials vowed to "pursue all possible avenues" to recoup more taxpayers' cash.

The under-fire private contractor publicly admitted "unacceptable" failures in the way it charged for tagging offenders - which included bills for keeping tabs on people after they died.
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