New money announced by Labour would mean the NHS could breathe a sigh of relief, but tough decisions will still have to be made.
• 22/05/2017 • John Appleby | Sally Gainsbury
We set out different scenarios about possible future spending on the NHS in England including an analysis and comparison of the latest pledges from the three main parties' manifestos.
The NHS in England cannot close its funding gap, cope with increased demand and sustain high quality care with any of the funding pledges made by the three major political parties.
While the £30 billion sum will provide a welcome relief in the short term, in three or four years’ time a funding gap will re-emerge as NHS costs continue to rise.
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