In the run-up to the budget the chancellor Philip Hammond made it clear that there would be no extra money for the NHS. Instead the government is looking for improved organisational performance. Whether the law is helping or hindering that process must now be a matter for debate. “It is a truism that the NHS is beset with difficulties, but it’s not always appreciated how much of a part in the drama legal challenges play,” says Fenella Morris QC.
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