The Economist, 15 January 2015

Reform Director Andrew Haldenby was quoted in The Economist in an article on A&E departments, what can be done about the spike in demand and what should not be done;

For now, though, the government is mostly just throwing money at the problem: an extra £700m ($1.1 billion). “A lot of this is tied to the political timetable,” says Andrew Haldenby of Reform, a think-tank. “The government is doing what it can to keep NHS performance looking good until the election.”


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