NHS Scotland: After the Referendum

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“With the referendum over, Scotland’s political leaders have a range of public services to run, even if the electorate have denied them a country. About a third of their budget goes on health, and most of that on the NHS. According to a confidential government document, leaked in the final few days before the poll, the NHS in Scotland is on the brink of a financial crisis. The referendum is now history, but this problem remains.”


Read in full at Mark Hellowell @ Public Finance

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