How will Labour put an extra £26bn into the NHS by 2024?

How will Labour put an extra £26bn into the NHS by 2024?
 

Claim
Labour has pledged to put an extra £26bn – over and above inflation – into the NHS in England by 2023-24 if it forms the next government. The party claims its plans for the NHS would deliver the “world-class health service we all need”.
Background
NHS funding has been a key political battleground since 2010, when the Conservative and Liberal Democrat coalition limited the NHS to annual rises of just over 1%, far below the 3.7% increases it received on average between its creation in 1948 and 2010. That ended in April, when the NHS’s budget rose by 3.4% after Theresa May’s pledge last... read more

 
12 November 2019 in Politics, Views: 80
Source: Guardian
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