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Lansley's reorganisation is set to cost more than it saves
Lansley under pressure as NHS reform costs spiral

By staff Health secretary Andrew Lansley was under intense political pressure today after it was revealed his cost-cutting reorganisation of the NHS would cost £1.7 billion this year alone. The sum – seven times what the scheme aims to save – is the cost of kick-starting the process, which aims to replace whole tranches… Read more »

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Defending some bits of the coalition are easier than others
Sketch: Clegg as patronising as Osborne was defensive

Constitutional reforms, it turns out, are much easier to defend than emergency Budgets. By Alex Stevenson While George Osborne was sweating before the Commons’ Treasury committee, Nick Clegg was enjoying a much easier ride in front of the political and constitutional reform committee. The deputy prime minister, by way of a warm-up for his ‘away… Read more »