£2.8bn for 'under pressure' English NHS
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Budget 2017: Chancellor on funding for NHS in England

NHS services in England will get an extra £2.8bn, the chancellor said in his Budget speech.

Philip Hammond said "we will always back it" and more patients were being treated.

The money he announced will see £350m to plan for this winter, and the rest coming before 2020, as the chancellor said he acknowledged the NHS was "under pressure and today we respond"

  • 22 Nov 2017
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