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Wales subsidised by NHS Trust

19th March 2008

Shrewsbury and Telford NHS Trust chief executive Tom Taylor has told MPs that he has been paid less for looking after patients in Wales than those he treated in England.

MPs are looking into the differences in pay between Wales and England. Mr Taylor told MPs on the Welsh affairs select committee: "I am not getting a fair deal to the tune of £2m."


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Article Information

Title: Wales subsidised by NHS Trust
Author: Jess Laurence
Article Id: 6033
Date Added: 19th Mar 2008

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