Source: British Parliament News
07 January 2019
Health Secretary Matt Hancock is to outline the NHS’s new ten-year plan in the House of Commons today.
This new long-term plan has a focus on prevention and early detection, with more funding focussed on GPs, community care and mental health. Mental health is due to see a funding increase of £2.3 billion, with GPs and community care getting an extra £4.5 billion.
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