NHS property agency taken to task by National Audit Office
A state-owned property company that runs swaths of the National Health Service estate has no formal leases in place with most of its tenants and lacks the power to collect more than £500m in unpaid bills, according to a damning report by government auditors. NHS Property Services is owed £576m of unpaid rent and other charges and has racked up £1.01bn of losses since it was established six years ago, the National Audit Office said. “The framework for charging for NHS property is not working effectively and the department [of health] urgently needs to address the fundamental causes of this u...
Jun 25, 2019 23:02 UTC Health-Care Read More
World's oldest blue bird found via fossil feathers
Somewhere over the rainbow 48 million years ago, a happy little blue bird flew—until it soared over a lake belching toxic gases and died. The lake's sediments…
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