Quick take: PMQs on 12/10/2016

By Sally Gainsbury

The NHS was a topic several times at this week’s Prime Minister’s Questions. It was raised both by Jeremy Corbyn directly, and in follow up questions from both Meg Hillier and Philip Hollobone.

In her response to Meg Hillier’s question, Prime Minister May outlined funding levels for the NHS, suggesting the government will give the NHS £10bn above inflation by 2020–21. But we need to deconstruct that number a bit. How much more is going to health under this government? Find out in my quick take below.


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