‘The problem is pretty catastrophic’ | Chris Thomas discusses increasing NHS wait times

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‘The problem is pretty catastrophic.’

Chris Thomas from the Institute for Public Policy Research discusses how the NHS may look to combat the growing hospital treatment backlog.

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