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PM insists Government will get NHS waiting lists down

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PM insists Government will get NHS waiting lists down

PM insists Government will get NHS waiting lists down

Boris Johnson has conceded NHS waiting times are “unacceptable” in the face of demands from Jeremy Corbyn for action to help patients.

The Prime Minister outlined spending pledges made by the Government before insisting: “We will get those waiting lists down.”


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