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The UK’s big four accounting firms have been accused of a conflict of interest by investigating their own clients’ use of software on behalf of technology firms.

The so-called Big Four – PwC, KPMG, EY and Deloitte – carry out software audits on their clients on behalf of vendors such as Microsoft, SAP and IBM to see if firms are using software within the terms of the licensing agreements they hold with the tech giants.