Hammond: I would like to spend more money on public services



Philip Hammond has said he would like to spend more money on the NHS but only if the public finances allow it.
The chancellor told the BBC's Laura Kuenssberg that he "recognised the pressures" on public services after years of restraint on public spending.
The NHS, he said, had got an extra £9bn since 2016 but an ageing society was creating "continuous upward pressures".
He hoped there would be "headroom" to allow him to allocate extra resources in the Budget later this year.
"Of course all chancellors would like to have more money available to... read more

 
13 March 2018 in Politics, Views: 46
Source: BBC
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