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  1. ChrisGiles_

    All you need to know (concisely) about a supposed ‘Brexit dividend’ for National Health Service ft.com/content/bbfde9… via @FinancialTimes (06:16 6/17/18)
  2. ChrisGiles_

    Sunday Telegraph uses a £20bn figure divide by 52. Which is the real increase after 5 years

    Real👍
    5 year cumulaton 👎
    Locking into Brexit 🤦‍♀️
    (06:21 6/17/18)

  3. ChrisGiles_

    Mail on Sunday says a completely normal MHS funding package is “extraordinary” and goes for 5 year figure. Note: this would be much larger over 10 why the caution?

    Real👍
    5 years👎
    Extraordinary 🤦‍♀️
    (06:29 6/17/18)

  4. ChrisGiles_

    Observer also goes for the 5 year figure? Which it says is “massive”, being less than NHS has received annually since 1948

    Real 👍
    Massive 👎
    5 years 👎
    (06:30 6/17/18)

  5. ChrisGiles_

    Sunday Express goes full on with “Brexit dividend” and cash increase. Oh Lordy

    Dividend 🤦‍♀️
    Nominal 🤦‍♀️
    5 years👎
    (06:32 6/17/18)

  6. ChrisGiles_

    Sunday Times says “biggest cash increase” in NHS history to describe a tad disappointing settlement (for the NHS), but at least has funding costs prominent.

    5 years👎
    Biggest in history🤦‍♀️
    Tax consequences 👍
    (06:36 6/17/18)

  7. Sime0nStylites

    Let me get this right. It’s a 5 year funding plan. There certainly won’t be Brexit ‘dividend’ pre 201. The OBR forecasts suggests none of this money available pre 2023-24 (pre any tax loss impact). If £11bn is coming from taxes / borrowing then where’s other £9bn coming from? (06:39 6/17/18)
  8. Sime0nStylites

    * 2021 (06:40 6/17/18)
  9. ChrisGiles_

    BBC goes 5 years too (but scroll a long way down and you get an annual 3.4% figure)

    5 years👎
    Real👍
    (06:42 6/17/18)

  10. ChrisGiles_

    It’s almost as if journalists were briefed late on Saturday and none had a calculator, or independent thought (06:42 6/17/18)
  11. ChrisGiles_

    It’s almost as if journalists were briefed on Saturday and had no calculators available (06:44 6/17/18)
  12. ChrisGiles_

    THE ONLY RELEVANT FIGURE IS THE ANNUAL PERCENTAGE REAL INCREASE.

    2018-2023. = 3.4%
    1948-2018. = 3.7%
    (06:46 6/17/18)
  13. ChrisGiles_

    Borrowing (06:51 6/17/18)