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"Public bickering" between the prime minister and the NHS is an "insult to taxpayers" who want clear information on health funding, MPs have said.
The House of Commons' Public Accounts Committee (PAC) criticised a dispute between Theresa May and NHS England boss Simon Stevens over finances.
Its report also censured the government for "plundering" NHS funds.
The Department of Health said the hospital sector had £1.3bn more compared with this time last year.
A spokeswoman said: "We are united behind the ambition to make the NHS the safest, highest-quality healthcare system in the world."
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