BMA criticises 'lack of clarity' on NHS spending

The British Medical Association has criticised a 'lack of clarity' on government spending on the NHS in England. A paper from its health policy and economic research unit, examining Department of Health press releases, says top-slicing for the modernisation fund and repeat announcements of the same money 'made it difficult ...

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