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Church 'must fund NHS chaplains'

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Religious groups should fund their own presence in UK hospitals and save the NHS some £40m per year, the National Secular Society (NSS) suggests. Paul Mason, a chaplain at a London hospital, and Terry Sanderson, president of the NSS, discuss if money would be better spent on nurses or cleaners.

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