The ongoing debate over NHS funding and performance was reignited by newspaper reporting of the British Social Attitudes Survey, which suggests that a majority of voters now back a tax increase for the NHS. Chris Hopson from NHS Providers said this was a “watershed moment.” Pressure groups also used this week’s NHS performance figures to urge the government to expand NHS capacity. Just 76.4% of major A&E departments managed to meet the four-hour treat, admit or send-home target; a slip on January and February.


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