Autumn Statement: John Swinney confirms £125m funding for the NHS
Chancellor George Osborne has made his autumn statement in the House of Commons.
Mr Osborne said that almost £250m will come to Scotland in the next financial year as a result of the spending review.
The Scottish Government confirmed that the consequentials for health would be passed to the NHS.
Deputy First Minister John Swinney told the BBC: "The consequentials that come to us for the NHS, will be passed on directly to the NHS as we have promised to do back in the 2011 election."
03 Dec 2014
- From the section Scotland