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Presumably Public Health spending is being ‘robbed’ to help fill the social care ‘black hole’
Central government cuts have forced councils to reduce planned spending on vital public health services such as sexual health clinics and reducing harm from smoking, alcohol & drugs by £85m, according to new analysis by The King’s Fund.
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NHS Confed response to King's Fund analysis on public health spending

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