Exclusive: Labour say "a decade of Tory inaction left our NHS ill-prepared in the run up to the Covid-19 pandemic".
But Labour demands health secretary "urgently clarify" reports the way the figure is calculated has been changed.
In the latest sign politics is broken, MPs have been ejected due to a major water leak.
Frontbenchers were warned they would be sacked.
Ministers urged to transform education in the most deprived parts of the UK.
Naz Shah, once suspended from the Labour Party, will now join Jeremy Corbyn's frontbench as equalities spokeswoman.
That's equivalent to 11 cups for each person in England.
Technical questions about property ownership would normally be considered a hot political issue but that has changed in the last 12 months. Leasehold has been described as "the PPI of the house building industry" and even by the Secretary of State as a "feudal" system, and a real scandal has emerged as people have discovered they don't actually own the homes they bought.
Labour says wording is 'damning indictment' of government's record.
A job advert for the new boss of a body tasked with cutting costs in the NHS describes the role as “not for the faint-hearted