Austerity led to twice as many excess UK deaths as previously thought. Here's what that means for future cuts

Cuts to public services and living standards across Britain from 2010 contributed to 335,000 excess deaths—twice as many as previously thought, according to new research. These austerity measures were introduced by the coalition government elected into office that year, partly in response to the banking crash of 2008.

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