Health spending rises by record quarter

By Michael Burton | 01 June 2021

Spending on taxpayer-funded health services rose by a record 25% to £220bn last year as the NHS battled with pandemic costs, according to latest estimates from the Office for National Statistics (ONS).

The increase was more than six times the average 4% a year growth in NHS spending that has occurred since 1997.

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