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Government finances face near-£6bn hit over changes to personal injury payouts

Published on Wednesday 8th of March 2017 08:19:13 PM in Guardian

The government’s finances will take a near-£6bn hit as a result of the increased bill faced by the NHS and other parts of the public sector as a result of changes made to the way compensation awards for botched operations and other errors are calculated.The lord ...

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