Charities pay 10 per cent of London's health bill

Charities pay £500m - nearly 10 per cent - of London's annual health service bill of £5bn, according to research by the Charities Aid Foundation in association with the King's Fund. Most of the money was spent on hospice care, clinical equipment, refurbishment of hospitals and medical research. Around £214m ...

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