GPs condemn £85m public health cuts as 'national scandal'

Government cuts have forced councils to reduce planned spending on public health services by £85m in 2017/18, a leading think tank has warned, in a move that threatens to drive up GP workload and strip vital services from practices.

by David Millett
Acting GPC chair Dr Richard Vautrey
Acting GPC chair Dr Richard Vautrey

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