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Britain is falling out of love with the NHS

27 March 2024

11:38 PM

27 March 2024

11:38 PM

Rishi Sunak doesn’t speak much about his five priorities these days, apart from inflation, which ‘halved’ as promised. On NHS waiting lists, small boats, the economy and the public finances, the news hasn’t been nearly as positive – and people have noticed. Satisfaction with the National Health Service has hit its lowest point since records began, according to this morning’s British Social Attitudes survey, which reveals that fewer than one in four respondents were happy with their experience of accessing and receiving healthcare.

The main gripe is those sky-high waitlists that the government promised would be falling by now: 71 per...

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