Published on 8 Nov 2017 Sections ,

Head of NHS in England demands more money

Health and Social Care Correspondent

The head of the NHS in England has demanded more money for the health service invoking the contested £350 million pound Brexit boost promised by the Leave campaign during the EU Referendum.
Warning that hospital waiting lists could grow by 25  per cent – to five million – in the next few years Simon Stevens said unless more money was forthcoming trust in politics would be damaged.