Going our not-so-separate ways on health and social services spending

In 'Separate ways' (26 November), Paul Jervis and Robert Hazell write that 'the latest figures indicate that Northern Ireland and Scotland receive around 30 per cent per capita more than England, while Wales receives around 15 per cent more'.

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