Friday, 13 January 2017

Simon Stevens told to 'calm down' NHS furore or risk his future 

Simon Stevens told to 'calm down' NHS furore or risk his future The head of the NHS could risk his job unless he “calms” things down following his row about healthcare funding with Theresa May, senior Government sources say.

The remarks will increase pressure on Simon Stevens, who technically does not have to report to ministers as chief executive of the NHS in England.

Mr Stevens is at loggerheads with the Prime Minister amid a mounting crisis in Accident & Emergency units. The Daily Telegraph

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