I did some work there around the time that Dido went. I got the distinct impression of a bunch of good people who were very worried about any other security issues, and really wanted to do a good job. They were worthy of encouragement.
I bet this deal will go the usual way, private finance extracts their pound of flesh and the company is hung out to dry.
It may depend on Dunstone's attitude: he's not the nicest person, but I got the impression that he actually gives a damn about this baby.