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28 June 2012
Potential changes to the way the NHS is funded could see Southwark lose £63million a year – or £225 per person, according to new research.
Health secretary Andrew Lansley was reported to have argued for the age of residents rather than deprivation to be the main basis for how health budgets are allocated.
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