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Government must fund public health properly if it’s serious about prevention

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which brings to mind The Sun's article of 2016: FAT CATS ON MEGA PAY Staggering 325 nanny state public health bosses raked in over £100,000 a YEAR just to say drink less and exercise more More than 100 were employed by councils, including Cornwall’s public health director, who was paid £207,302 (https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/1550250/325-public-health-chiefs-raked-in-over-100000-in-pay-and-perks-last-year/) There are lots more of fat cats in the NHS, currently working out how to get the lion's share of the extra £20billion and give us the leftovers

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09 Nov 2018

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11:19am

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