Sector plea for extra £2bn a year prevention cash

By Jamie Hailstone | 14 October 2015

The issue of health funding has come under fresh scrutiny as council leaders call for more money to be spent on preventative care.

Smith Square has reiterated calls for an extra £2bn a year to be spent on prevention this Parliament at this week’s National Children and Adult Services conference in Bournemouth.

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