The slow decline of the NHS?

It’s funny how in my later years you realise how the service is struggling to cope with demand. When you see people waiting 13 hours on trolleys in corridors or A&E wards through lack of beds, or the shameful neglect of peoples basic dignity you begin to think.When you try to gain simple things like doctor appointments and have to wait two to three weeks you have to think hard and wonder what’s gone wrong. Of course the left will shout from the rafters lack of funds,but should we not be looking a little closer to home?in reality the Left gave us unfettered migration with the numbers the system had it coped today we have in realty the International Health service the NHS no longer exist.    

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