News analysis: Five years and billions of pounds later, what has changed since Wanless?

Sir Derek Wanless's 2002 report prompted the chancellor to pump billions into the health service - but called for reform too. Now he is back to pack another punch by examining how wisely the money was spent and set out lessons for the future. Daniel Martin reports

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