General Election 2017
Our news, analysis and comment on health and social care from the 2017 General Election
The third and final Health Foundation briefing ahead of the 2017 General Election considers the steps that might be needed to...
For busy clinicians the general election may seem a superficial distraction. But is it? While not all political parties have ...
There are three fundamental issues that any incoming government will need to address if health and social care are to be sust...
- Mental health providers need more than kind words
- Retention, recruitment and morale
- Does reforming the Act mean action on mental health?
- What lies ahead for health and social care?
- Why were nurse bursaries removed?
- Conservative manifesto pledge will deliver extra money for NHS but leave £12bn funding gap by 2020/21
- Liberal Democrat manifesto pledges extra money for NHS but leaves £9bn funding gap by 2020/21
- Labour NHS manifesto pledge will deliver extra money but leave £7bn funding gap by 2020/21
- Health Foundation response to Labour policy pledge on NHS workforce
- Almost two in three people support increasing taxes to fund the NHS
- One in four social care staff leaving the profession every year
- NHS waiting times in England hit five year high, but quality of many services still holding
- New report shows NHS facing toughest decade of funding growth in its history
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