The riddle of the NHS budget

Over on the BBC website is a set of graphs about health spending, neatly and clearly laying out some of the issues with health spending, how it has grown in the past and what future plans may mean. Go take a look here.

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  • The presenter of these slides seems to have over-complicated something that was very simple: the NHS budget is essentially frozen in real terms for the next few years. He hasn’t considered changes in population, which is probably just as well, as I fear it would completely obscure whatever point he is trying to make.

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