NHS Funding and Universal Healthcare

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The National Health Service is funded through three means; general taxation, national insurance contributions, and private fees for a small number of services, including prescriptions and dentistry.  The level of funding to the NHS is set annually by the central government through the Spending Review process.  Where income has dropped in the form of national insurance contributions and private fees, general taxation is used to ensure the NHS receives its…

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