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Today I report in the Evening Standard that London’s 19 NHS trusts that run the capital’s 28 A&Es are expected to post a cumulative debt of about £300 million for the 2014/15 financial year.

Using figures published in each trust’s most recent board papers, I discovered that 13 were expected to post defecits, one was expected to break even – Epsom and St Helier, though it was most recently £3 million in debt – and six were expected to make a profit (or “surplus”).

The figures are listed below:

Barts Health -£93 million

London North West Healthcare -£55.9 million

King’s College -£40 million

Barking, Havering and Redbridge -£38 million

Croydon -£24 million

UCLH -£14.2 million

Lewisham and Greenwich -£10 million

Royal Free -£8 million

West Middlesex -£7.9 million

Whittington -£7.4 million

St George’s -£5.5 million

Hillingdon -£1 million

Kingston -£800,000

Epsom and St Helier (Break even)

North Middlesex +£100,000

Homeron +£2 million

Chelsea and Westminster +£2.2 million

Guy’s and St Thomas’s +£3 million

Imperial College +£11 million

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