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Nuffield Trust: Striking absence of a plan for long-term recovery of health and social care services in the Budget

Press release 03/03/2021Nuffield Trust

Nigel Edwards responds to the 2021 Budget delivered today.

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Chart of the week: How much additional money has the pandemic response cost the NHS so far?

Data story 22/07/2020

Each week, we'll be taking a look at a different aspect of the Covid-19 pandemic, presenting our analysis of the data in chart form to illustrate some key issues and invite discussion. This week, John Appleby and Billy Palmer look at the huge sums of money that have been invested in extra resources...

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How to spend it: what to do with new NHS money

Blog post 14/06/2018Nigel Edwards

With money for the NHS in the news, Nigel Edwards argues how it should be spent.

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With strings attached: taking a closer look at the new NHS money

Blog post 09/02/2018Sally Gainsbury

After it was announced in November there will be £1.6 billion extra resource spending for the NHS next year, Sally Gainsbury explores where that money will go.

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Autumn Budget 2017

Spotlight 21/11/2017

As the NHS turns its attention towards looming winter pressures and their associated challenges, on 22 November the Chancellor reveals the Government's latest spending plans. Will the NHS receive a funding boost of any kind? Our Autumn Budget analysis is collected together here.

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Our response to extra funding for health and social care in Spring Budget

Press release 08/03/2017

Nigel Edwards responds to the announcement of extra money for the NHS and social care in the Spring Budget.

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Nuffield Trust response to the 2015 Budget

Press release 18/03/2015

Nuffield Trust Senior Fellow in Health Policy responds to the Chancellor's final Budget of this Parliament.

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Government claws back £500 million from the NHS to aid deficit reduction

Press release 24/03/2012

Detailed analysis of the 2012 Budget by the health think tank Nuffield Trust reveals that the Treasury will retain £500 million of a £900 million underspend on health this year.

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