Scottish govt dismisses £400m NHS "funding gap" claim
This article was originally published in Scrip
With just two days to go before the independence referendum, the Scottish government has dismissed claims that sweeping changes will have to be made to fill a £400m funding gap in the NHS caused by factors such as the growing drugs bill and the rise in the elderly population.
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