House of Commons
NHS FUNDING IN COVENTRY AND THE REST OF ENGLAND
EDM #113
Tabled 03 July 2017
2017-19 Session
That this House recognises that the NHS in England is experiencing continued pressure on demand and performance with accident and emergency attendances rising by 9.3 per cent over the last six years and the number of people waiting for elective treatment has risen by 25 per cent in the last two years; notes that under the last Labour Government between 2000-01 and 2004-05 average annual spending growth on the NHS was 8.8 per cent; further notes that this is higher than at any other time in the history of the NHS; regrets that the NHS is being asked to find £22 billion in savings by 2020; is concerned that there are proposals for £270 million worth of cuts for the NHS across Coventry and Warwickshire over the next five years; and calls on the Government to ensure that the NHS is adequately funded to ensure that everyone is able to receive the healthcare that they deserve.

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