With NHS finances likely to feature in various debates about the health service ahead of the general election, we know that NHS expenditure in England increased on average by 3.1% a year in real terms between 2013/14 and 2023/24 – a rate that was around half a percentage point slower than the long-term average. But how were these annual funding increases shared between different NHS services? Sally Gainsbury and Sophie Julian explore further.

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