The British engine maker denies claims by two former employees that it concealed records of defects in a “secret set of books”.
Two former Rolls-Royce employees have alleged the engine maker “cut corners on quality control requirements” and “lied to” customers.
Thomas McArtor and Keith Ramsey have also accused the company of hiding internal records of defects in engines it sold to commercial and military clients.
They claim that the company collated these alleged defects into a “secret set of books”.
Read more: Sky News, July 5, 2013