For what it's worth

The NHS is a strongly redistributive social benefit 'worth' up to pounds1,900 a year in post-tax income to the poorest one-fifth of households. Government economists calculate that households in the top 20 per cent income group, by contrast, benefit to an estimated value of pounds1,330. The average value of the ...

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