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'Some evidence PFI costs higher'

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More than 60 hospitals in England are on the "brink of financial collapse" because of the cost of the contracts under which they are being run by the private sector. On the programme is David Stout of the NHS Confederation, whose members run our hospitals, and the Conservative MP Jesse Norman, a member of the Treasury Select Committee, which produced a report critical of PFI schemes earlier this year.


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