The debate surrounding NHS funding has become a never ending thorny topic of discussion. National insurance payments are just not sufficient enough to sustain the increased demand on services and the growing population. It has been suggested that an extra £2.5bn would be required to top up the original £4bn allocation to support the NHS over the next two years. With this in mind, it poses the question: should we be paying more?
This session will discuss whether or not the government should be turning to the tax payers to reinforce the backbone of England’s healthcare system.