In Brief: Expenditure on external consultants and advisers

Expenditure on external consultants and advisers by the DoH (including the NHS Executive) has halved from £14.4m in the last year of the Conservative government to £7.1m in 1998-99, according to figures revealed by junior health minister Gisele Stuart.

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