NHS 'system failure' needs 'radical change'
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Kate Andrews on changes to funding health care services

The prime minister defended the government's handling of the NHS after the unprecedented call in England for a month's worth of non-urgent operations and appointments to be postponed.

And as stories of patients enduring long waits in ambulances and on trolleys in A&E mount, Kate Andrews from the free market think tank the Institute of Economic Affairs, says it is time to look at a radically different way of running health services in a personal film for the Daily Politics soapbox series.

Watch the studio debate that followed this film

  • 08 Jan 2018
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