You’re costing me how much?
Capping agency staff rates is not the solution. We need to increase the supply of permanent staff.
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We often get the facts wrong, but how we feel about austerity has serious consequences for the political class.
Is time running out for the NHS?
The Conservative Party's plans for an extra £8 billion annual health spending aren't enough to halt a decline in quality care – never mind transform the NHS.
Not necessarily a high five.
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A lot has happened to the NHS since 2010. As a new parliament approaches, which of these have been most critical to the future?
It’s all a blur. NHS cuts are relying on an ageing, flawed business concept.
Usually when great national institutions are perceived as being under threat people start to get anxious. And as we know, anxious people can sometimes do strange things. Sometimes they announce grand but…