MPs have accused the Department of Health of prioritising cuts in training for NHS staff because they are the easiest to make.

In a damning report on NHS deficits, the Commons health select committee said that cuts in the education of health workers was having adverse effects on staff morale and could have a significant effect on the quality of the workforce.

The MPs also found 'compelling evidence of a failure of financial management' within the NHS, with inadequate monitoring and an absence of financial control.

Read the report here

MPs have accused the Department of Health of prioritising cuts in training for NHS staff because they are the easiest to make.

In a damning report on NHS deficits, the Commons health select committee said that cuts in the education of health workers was having adverse effects on staff morale and could have a significant effect on the quality of the workforce.

The MPs also found 'compelling evidence of a failure of financial management' within the NHS, with inadequate monitoring and an absence of financial control.

Read the report here