National Health Service

The prime minister had hoped that an end to the long-running dispute was in sight.
The Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC) said it is aware of the issue and “urgently working” to resolve it.
Matt Hancock says most people 'acted responsibly' as pubs reopened.
Britain’s National Health Service (NHS) started in 1948 with the mission that no person is “denied medical aid because of lack of means.” Today, on its 72nd birthday, it is the 5th largest employer in the world and has pioneered everything from heart transplants to IVF babies.
The classic song was originally recorded for the Britain's Got Talent judge's debut album.
Britain's Prince William and his wife Kate encouraged people to take care of their mental health during the coronavirus outbreak. Speaking via a video William said the tips and advice offered by the Public Health England's Every Mind Matters programme were helpful to those experiencing "strange feelings and difficult circumstances" while in lockdown. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge also spoke about the difficulties National Health Service workers face on the frontline and commended them in tackling the spread of coronavirus.
Brits across the country cheered for doctors, nurses and staff in the NHS as a part of the #ClapForOurCarers campaign. Similar initiatives have taken place all over the world, as healthcare workers take on the enormous task of managing the coronavirus pandemic.
The NHS is fielding up to 40,000 more calls a day compared to this time last year, as enquiries about coronavirus increase.
The NHS row and the PM’s lack of empathy show the Tories are vulnerable. But does Corbyn have time to capitalise?
“Man, so if you’re poor, you’re dead," one woman said after finding out how much an inhaler would cost.