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Exclusive: Council plans radical public health nurse shake-up


Just a 'general' comment. 'Those behind the plans say they will mean a more streamlined and effective service for children and families, as well as making savings.' Well, they almost always do - at the time the money is saved, rarely do the people saving the money say 'the service might be worse': that is more often admitted a decade or two later, when problems have resulted and somebody is changing things again. I can't comment on whether I think in this case, they will be able to save money and not damage the service provision (not an area I know anything about) - but as a cynic, 'fingers crossed'.

Posted date

14 October, 2016

Posted time

2:15 pm