NHS spent over £700,000 in taxpayer cash on ‘virtue-signalling’ staff magazines | Headliners

Nhs spent over £700,000 in taxpayer cash on 'virtue-signalling' staff magazines | headliners

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‘The NHS is the biggest employer in Europe and people say that proudly, why is that a good thing?’

The Headliners panel discuss the Telegraph story: NHS spent over £700,000 in taxpayer cash on ‘virtue-signalling’ staff magazines.

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