‘Austerity’ not to blame for UK pandemic response
Julian Jessop quoted by The Express
Christopher Snowdon writes for The Spectator
Writing for The Spectator, Christopher notes that “[t]here is no wider shortage of cash in public health. The amount of money spent on tenuous, policy-driven research alone is staggering. Public health academics were recently given £400,000 to study the drinking habits of football fans.”
Read the full piece here.
You can read Christopher’s report ‘False Economies: Myths about public health spending’ here.