Shawn Woodward has announced major cuts in the health administration budget, by collapsing 18 trusts into into five super trusts. The saving he claims will be slashed from £95 down to £33 millions. We’re likely to see a process of subsidiarity taking over, with decisions being driven as far down the chain as possible. Five, and not seven will disrupt the co-terminousity concept that Hain hinted at earlier.
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