NHS staff levels in Wales will be hit by cash shortfall

NHS staffing levels in Wales will come under pressure next year as a result of a funding shortfall, the BBC has reported.

It says NHS finance directors have claimed that a funding drop of 5% next year will prompt them to make tough choices that will have a knock-on effect on staffing levels.

Paul Davies, chairman of All Wales Directors of Finance for the NHS, is expected to announce that there will be £41m less than expected available in the next financial year.

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