Department of Health in-year costs under pressure

The Department of Health was spared in the chancellor's £6.2bn in-year cut in public spending outlined on Monday but it is still being required to make significant recyclable savings from its arm's length bodies and central budgets.

The Department of Health was spared in the chancellor’s £6.2bn in-year cut in public spending outlined on Monday but it is still being required to make significant recyclable savings from its arm’s length bodies and central budgets.

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