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Collective Voice joins call for public health funding to be a priority in the Spending Review

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Collective Voice is pleased to join 54 health leaders in co-signing a letter calling for public health funding to be a priority in the Spending Review. Signatories include health organisations, charities, professional bodies, commissioners and service providers.

The letter was organised by the Association of Directors of Public Health (ADPH) and was published today in the Times, alongside an article here. Please note these links are behind a paywall, you can find the text of the letter and a full list of signatories on the ADPH website.

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