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Prime Minister Theresa May is set to announce £20 billion of extra funding to Britain’s National Health Service.
The Prime Minister will claim that funding will come in part from a “Brexit dividend” because the UK will no longer be paying huge sums for EU membership.
However, public taxes will also likely rise to pay for boost.
The extra funding – to mark the 70th birthday of the health service – will mark a dramatic break with eight years of austerity and follows a difficult battle with the Treasury for more funds.See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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