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UKHF Responds to Government Spending Review

In response to the Government’s Spending Review, UK Health Forum CEO Paul Lincoln commented,

We are pleased to hear the Government’s commitment to the NHS Five Year Forward View but to turn the rhetoric into reality, this must be backed up with continued investment in public health to tackle the major drains on the health and care services such as obesity, smoking, diabetes and cardiovascular disease.

The Government’s decision to further cut local authority budgets in England, which include public health, is short-sighted and detrimental to the health of the nation.

For the full UKHF response to Spending Review

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