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Report and Government response published.
After taking on responsibility for public health, local authorities were dealt an in-year cut of £200 million last year and now face further real terms cuts to public health budgets. Cuts to public health and the front line services they deliver are a false economy as they not only add to the future costs of health and social care but risk widening health inequalities, says the Health Committee in its report on Public health post-2013.
Read all transcripts, written evidence and other material related to the public health post-2013 - structures, organisation, funding and delivery inquiry.
Health Committee publishes report on public health post-2013