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Q: NHS Spend on "ordinary" items ( No Answer,   0 Comments )
Subject: NHS Spend on "ordinary" items
Category: Health
Asked by: walterrooner-ga
List Price: $50.00
Posted: 23 Jul 2006 14:49 PDT
Expires: 22 Aug 2006 14:49 PDT
Question ID: 748829
I would like to know how much the NHS (in England only) spends each
year on "consumables" e.g. toilet rolls, needles; bread; potatoes;
electricity; Gas; oil; coal; sheets; baked beans; tea; milk; coffee.
I use these as an example but you get my drift. I want to measure the
amount the NHS is about to spend on computers against the NHS's day to
day spend on ordinary items (the more you can specifically identify - the better).
Thank you
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