Spending Review 2015

A collection of our analysis of the 2015 Spending Review and its implications for the NHS.

Spotlight

Published: 24/07/2016

Spending Review 2015: what it means for health and social ca...

03/12/2015

Briefing

This briefing pulls together our analysis of the settlement.

Social care: still unresolved

27/11/2015Mark Dayan

Comment

Mark Dayan argues that, even with new council-tax-funded money promise...

What the Spending Review really means for the NHS

27/11/2015Sally Gainsbury

Comment

Sally Gainsbury examines the numbers behind the Spending Review and wh...

Will the Spending Review exacerbate health inequalities?

02/12/2015Dr Tazeem Bhatia

Comment

Tazeem Bhatia examines how universal credit changes and cuts to public...

The Spending Review: the Nuffield Trust responds

25/11/2015

Press release

The Nuffield Trust responds to the Chancellor's announcements on healt...

2015 Comprehensive Spending Review: Representation to HM Tre...

08/09/2015

Briefing

This briefing examines the pressures on NHS funding up to 2020, the sc...

The Nuffield Trust responds to announcement of above inflati...

24/11/2015

Press release

Nigel Edwards welcomes the £3.8 billion funding increase for NHS Engl...