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No extra money for NHS, Theresa May tells health chief

Exclusive: PM says service should focus on efficiencies to fill £22bn hole despite warnings hospitals close to breaking point Theresa May has told the head of the NHS that it will get no extra money despite rapidly escalating problems that led to warnings this week that hospitals are close to breaking point. The prime minister dashed any hopes of a cash boost in next month’s autumn statement when she met Simon Stevens, the chief executive of NHS England, senior NHS sources have told the Guardian.
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