BBC utterly misleads on the NHS – yet again

The facts about A&E: You didn't see this graph in the BBC report but it provides much more relevant information about A&E waiting times - they were lower throughout the Labour government than at any time other than the first quarter of a year under the Conservatives - sorry, Coalition - which was of course before the first cuts were made.

The facts about A&E: You didn’t see this graph in the BBC report but it provides much more relevant information about A&E waiting times – they were lower throughout the Labour government than at any time other than the first quarter of a year under the Conservatives – sorry, Coalition – which was of course before the first cuts were made.

Have a good look at the graph above these words.

Now read this article, from Skwawkbox, about a misleading BBC report on the NHS.

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3 thoughts on “BBC utterly misleads on the NHS – yet again

  1. Shaun A J Stockdale

    bbc parliment channel showed the health select commity yesterday (Tuesday 4th), and that Andrew George fibdem was blaming the world and its mother for any problems, it wasn’t us guv honest, ad he was shot down in flames, dear old aunty should report on the lies and how they are dismissed

  2. aussieeh

    I see a hospital in Bolton got a mention,The drop in centre at the doctors I use in Bolton town centre was closed down due to cuts.This drop in centre catered for up to 200 people a day ( I think thats what the figure was when reported in the local paper, it was some time ago now) Mothers calling in with children when out shopping, workers in their lunch hour or in emergency’s. It was a vital part of our community. These people had to find somewhere to go, is it any wonder waiting times at A&E are up.

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