Councils warn of impact of public health funding cuts

By Martin Ford | 21 December 2018

Councils have reacted angrily to ‘short-sighted’ cuts to public health funding next year by the Government.

In a ministerial statement, public health secretary Steve Brine said councils in England would receive £3.134bn ring-fenced for public health in 2019/20.

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