Government initiatives to make sexual health a priority are not getting through to the frontline, according to a survey published today by sexual health charity the Terrence Higgins Trust.

The findings show that Choosing Healthmoney intended for sexual health has been diverted elsewhere by almost two thirds of primary care trusts.

THT head of policy Lisa Power said: 'Ringfencing is not politically popular, but it would seem to be the only way to ensure money for sexual health services is not diverted elsewhere'.

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Government initiatives to make sexual health a priority are not getting through to the frontline, according to a survey published today by sexual health charity the Terrence Higgins Trust.

The findings show that Choosing Healthmoney intended for sexual health has been diverted elsewhere by almost two thirds of primary care trusts.

THT head of policy Lisa Power said: 'Ringfencing is not politically popular, but it would seem to be the only way to ensure money for sexual health services is not diverted elsewhere'.

Find out more here