According to an independent review, the contracts negotiated by the UK government for a swine flu vaccine should have had get-out clauses to protect taxpayers’ money, experts say.

More than 30m doses are thought to be left over after one of the manufacturers, GlaxoSmithKline (GSK), refused requests for the contract to be torn up.

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