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Who should pay for health and social care?


George Stoye gave a public talk on the topic of "Who should pay for health and social care?" at the University of Manchester on 07/11/19. You can download the slides for his presentation here.  

For more detailed analysis about past, current and future health and social care spending in the UK, see our 2018 report. To choose how you would fund the NHS, see our interactive tool. For analysis of NHS and social care spending during the 2019 General Election, see our election page.

You can watch the full talk and Q&A session below (the talk starts at 7:10):

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