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Sir David Nicholson to quit in September

18th March 2013

One of the founding members of the NHS Trust Federation said he had heard from sources that the head of the health service, Sir David Nicholson, could quit his post before autumn this year.


Mr Lilley, a former Tory councillor said to Daybreak: "My sources tell me he will be gone in September. He’ll be gone before the party conferences. They won’t want to take this to the party conferences in October. But in the interim period I think he is just going to have to tough it out." Sir David has so far said he will not leave his post, for which he receives a £211,000, although he has been linked with the scandal at Mid-Staffordshire hospital and has been accused of claiming nearly £50,000 in expenses last year.

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Article Information

Title: Sir David Nicholson to quit in September
Author: Jess Laurence
Article Id: 23921
Date Added: 18th Mar 2013


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