David Buck, senior fellow, The King's Fund.
The NHS will have a better chance at tackling health inequalities if it does so with local government, other partners and communities
The health service does sterling work treating the consequences of poverty but can do much to address the causes, too
It will damage the NHS
NHS England allocations take health inequalities seriously
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Resource allocated will increasingly frame the debate about funding
When the coalition came to power I, like many others, was nervous about whether the government would see inequality reduction as one of its core aims.