It's another blow to the prime minister's five pledges to voters.
The UK government has accepted the advice of experts to axe booster jabs for under-65s.
"You're the prime minister, you're the government, your staff aren't happy - that's your fault."
Chris Philp accused those watching of "making a funny noise".
Does it still live up to its promises, after severe cuts and amid staffing shortages?
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"If Labour announced this without saying where that money was coming from you'd be after them like a rocket."
Amanda Pritchard says patients "paying the price" for the failure of both sides to reach an agreement.