Questions will be asked not only about how the contract came to be approved but why it was not rescued. On some estimates, its collapse will cost the already hard-pressed local hospitals, community care providers and GPs up to £20m. The shortfall that had been identified was £9.3m. NHS England refused to find the extra cash. In the Commons last week, the health minister George Freeman acknowledged his department had been involved and that it was a complex issue.
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