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Hitting the poorest worst? How public health cuts have been experienced in England’s most deprived communities

In this detailed report from the Institute for Public Policy Research (IPPR) they call for investment in public health services to tackle health inequality.

Its analysis of the latest local government data shows that overall expenditure on public health services has dropped by almost £900 million.

These cuts, the IPPR argues, fall heaviest in more deprived areas.