U.K.

Health care crisis

Print edition : February 17, 2017

Outside the Accident and Emergency Department at St Thomas' Hospital in London on January 13. The Red Cross has warned of a "humanitarian crisis" in the hospital and ambulance services of the country. Photo: Isabel Infantes/AFP

Doctors from the organisation the British Association of Physicians of Indian Origin demonstrating in London on April 21, 2006, against the new immigration rules they said would discriminate against those from outside the E.U. Photo: ODD ANDERSEN/AFP

Prime Minister Theresa May during the weekly Prime Minister's Questions in Parliament on January 18. Photo: AFP/PRU

The causes of the current plight of the U.K.’s National Health Service are complex and interwoven, with funding certainly at the centre of it.
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