A Conservative administration would increase health spending by up to an extra £28 billion a year, a leading moderniser has told The Times. Andrew Lansley, the Shadow Health Secretary, gave a long-term commitment that under the Tories health spending will rise to take up an extra 2 per cent of GDP.
Is Lansley still under the delusion that the problem with the NHS is a lack of money? I thought we’d just tested that theory to destruction?
It’s the way we spend it, not the amount we spend, which is the problem.