Chancellor’s budget boost to NHS frontline conceals £1bn cut

Funding for training doctors and nurses, buying equipment and new hospitals due to fallPublic health services and the education and training of nurses and doctors will be cut by £1bn next year as part of the government’s plan to boost the NHS’s budget by £20bn by 2023, it has emerged.A leading expert in NHS finances warned ministers that their strategy of “robbing Peter to pay Paul” is a false economy that risks worsening already serious understaffing in England’s health service. Continue reading…

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