Speeches recovered from the Conservative party’s online archive
services. We will match Labour's increases for the NHS and for our schools. We propose no reduction in spending
ones too. The £4.5 billion spent - each year - on NHS bureaucracy. That's more than we spend on maternity
sector, generating a significant saving for the NHS.
An independent evaluation of support provided
private property, failing schools, long waits for NHS treatment, state dependency enforced by means tested
and on a spectacular scale, with spending on the NHS trebling since 1997 and spending on schools doubling
We will match Labour spending on the NHS and schools, but we will scale back the waste and
which contained the major thrust of the Labour NHS re-organisation strategy, was being promulgated throughout
hiring new civil servants.
Or how much the NHS pays its chief executives.
When the rest
Healthcare is what we owe our parents. 75% of NHS care goes on people aged over sixty-five as against
turn, spend £20 billion - yes, £20 billion - on an NHS computer that doesn't work properly and £2.3 billion
surgeries puts the greatest strain on those who need the NHS most - the old, infirm, chronically ill and those
Productivity in key services like the NHS has been falling like a stone. Labour's reaction
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