Welsh NHS under fire on redundancy payments

February 28, 2014 9:33 am

The NHS in Wales has faced criticism after it emerged that they had spent over £2.1 million since 2010 making up to 25 people redundant. Four health boards had made payments, and one paid almost £800,000 to three people. The Welsh Conservatives have been critical of the payments and the Welsh Government said it expected payments to represent “the best use of public funds”.

BBC News.

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