Jonathan Ashworth told the Labor Party meeting Tuesday that desperate people had to spend thousands on surgery after failing to tackle the growing NHS waiting list.
Secretary of Health Kage plans to focus on the Labor government’s commitment to health, a “scandal” of inequality and early prevention.
In his conference speech, he will argue that the growing waiting list has forced more and more people to rely on private health care providers for treatment.
He would say that this creates a two-tiered healthcare system and threatens the truly universal future of the NHS.
“The NHS is at stake, not just for covid. The NHS is at stake for the Conservatives. The NHS service is in danger of collapsing, and the military has sought the help of ambulance trust. “Ashworth says.
“Hospital ration chemotherapy. And more and more people are using our loans to crowdsource donations in pain and despair. It’s too long to wait and I can’t stand the surgery. Pay the cost. “
Ashworth plans to plan a medical system that “addresses the cause of the disease” as well as treating the disease.
He would say that more needs to be done to improve living conditions and poverty in order to improve the health of the people.