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‘Unequivocal cries for NHS funding’ in Budget as public back tax rises

17/11/2017‘Unequivocal cries for NHS funding’ in Budget as public back tax rises

Taxpayers across England, Scotland and Wales would be willing to pay more tax in order to fund the NHS, research has revealed. When surveyed, over half of respondents in all areas supported the ... more >
Scottish NHS accused of deliberately leaving positions vacant to save cash

17/11/2017Scottish NHS accused of deliberately leaving positions vacant to save cash

Some Scottish NHS bosses have reportedly been deliberately leaving key positions vacant to save money. Speaking to MSPs at Holyrood’s Public Audit Committee, Scotland’s public fi... more >
Stamped London health devolution deal to focus on NHS property sell-off

17/11/2017Stamped London health devolution deal to focus on NHS property sell-off

A deal to give London unprecedented devolved powers over health and care has been signed by officials today. The agreement includes calls for the NHS to sell off unused land and buildings in... more >
First-ever ACP framework launched by HEE

17/11/2017First-ever ACP framework launched by HEE

A new national framework for the development of Advanced Clinical Practitioners (ACPs) has been launched. Health Education England (HEE) devised the ‘National framework for multi-professio... more >
‘Staffing on the cheap’ and cash cuts linked to 120,000 excess deaths

16/11/2017‘Staffing on the cheap’ and cash cuts linked to 120,000 excess deaths

Spending cuts across the health service are linked to higher than expected deaths, researchers have claimed, with the NHS seeing around 120,000 excess deaths in the past seven years. The researc... more >