NHS England to receive £3.8bn budget increase next year

George Osborne

Tomorrow’s comprehensive spending review will give NHS England a real terms increase to its budget of nearly £4bn in 2016-17, but will see further cuts to public health and an end to free nurse education, HSJ has learned.

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