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£165m fuel bill rise for the NHS

16th September 2008

Only a fifth of health service trusts have decided to sign up to the government's "green cash-saving schemes".

The information, obtained by Channel 4 News Online, came as the NHS Purchasing and Supply Agency, which is responsible for 85% of health service bodies in the UK, said that it thought fuel costs would increase by £165 million for 2008/09 to £430 million.

 

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Article Information

Title: £165m fuel bill rise for the NHS
Author: Jess Laurence
Article Id: 8356
Date Added: 16th Sep 2008

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