Long-term plan for NHS England ‘undeliverable’ amid staffing crisis

May says plan setting out £20.5bn budget increase guarantees health service’s future

Theresa May has said the government’s long-term plan for the NHS in England will secure its future for generations to come, as critics claimed the proposals were undeliverable in the light of a big staffing shortfall.

Launching the long-awaited 10-year blueprint at Alder Hey children’s hospital, in Liverpool, on Monday, which will set out how the NHS in England will spend the £20.5bn budget increase the prime minister has promised, May said taking a long-term view would transform healthcare.

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