Plans for “English votes for English laws” are on the table this week, with the government saying that it wants to make the law-making process “fair to all parts of the UK”.
Are the funding arrangements for different parts of the UK fair, though? Read our analysis here.
It’s widely thought that missed GP appointments cost the NHS £160 million a year. But when we looked into this last year the only source for the estimate was seemingly a survey of doctors conducted in 2004.
Today we’ve been in touch with NHS England again to ask them if they can tell us any more. In the meantime, the £160 million estimate should be treated with caution.
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