Labour vows to outspend Tories with £26bn ‘rescue’ plan for NHS

Labour vows to outspend Tories with £26bn ‘rescue’ plan for NHS
 

Labour is to unveil a “rescue plan” for the NHS in England with an extra £26bn of funding a year paid for by higher taxes on companies and the wealthiest in society, as the party puts the health service at the heart of its election offer to voters.
The party’s pledge would give the health service £5.5bn more a year by 2023-24 than the £20.5bn the Conservatives have promised and represent the biggest boost to health spending since Labour was last in power between 1997 and 2010.
It puts pressure on Boris Johnson to increase the money he is committing to the NHS, which he has made one of his... read more

 
12 November 2019 in Politics, Views: 74
Source: Guardian
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