Scottish boards told to slash manager posts

Health secretary Nicola Sturgeon said she expected boards to take the action over the lifetime of the next parliament.

Scottish health boards have been told to cut the number of senior managers by a quarter as part of a package of measures aimed at saving the health service £100 million a year.

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