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NHS productivity falls as spending rises by billions under Labour - Telegraph

The National Health Service has become less efficient despite Labour pumping millions into its budget.

"Despite"? "Because of" I think.

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I think the NHS suffers from one thing, and only one thing. Constant government interference - and that's ANY government. What it needs is stability, and not being constantly used as a political football.


Quote from your article:

The National Health Service has become less efficient despite Labour pumping MILLIONS into its budget.

If only!!!

Original article in The Telegraph:

From 1995 to 2006, the NHS annual budget more than doubled from £39 BILLION to £89.7 BILLION.

From 1995 to 2006, the NHS annual budget more than doubled from £39,000,000,000 to £89,700,000,000.

This is an INCREASE of more than £50 BILLION (£50,000,000,000).

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