- Ex NHS Chief Executive Sues NHS
- NHS faces lawsuits over scans, tests and operations cancelled during lockdown – 35,000 Extra Deaths
- The NHS Negligence Claims for delays and Deaths reaches £83bn
- NHS RECEIVED £92 BILLION EXTRA IN COVID PAYMENTS
- APPG on Twitter – Follow and Comment on the Report
A multi partisan organisation, APPG released there NHS investigation –
Reading through the the report and the excuses made; These people aren’t fit to run a first aid unit never mind a multi billion pound corporation( NHS):
- Not Enough Money – Receiving £92 BILLION in extra funding for Covid – with only 10% of expected deaths- NHS WAS OVER FUNDED DURING THE LOCKDOWN
- 69,000 Covid deaths in 2019 compared 150,000 of Cancer
- NO Cancer operations during lockdown- Thousands Suing NHS
- Not offering available cheap inexpensive holistic therapies – WASTING TAX PAYERS CASH
- Not enough Staff? No surgery required, less staff required
- Not offering cheaper alternatives instead butchering patients and filling them full of Toxins, increasing there chances of death
- 1000s of cases APPG only has 19 follows on Twitter one of the only places the APPG Report available online Share there Twitter page to ALL NHS Victims
Why the report was published NOW:
RETIRED NHS CHIEF EXECUTIVE SUES NHS
Denied treatment due to NHS closing ALL hospitals, paid for private treatment, his solicitor said “Rob McMahon is one of the lucky ones. As a retired NHS chief executive, he knew how to navigate the complex healthcare system and he had the money to pay for a second opinion”
“Not everyone has that advantage and it is those patients who will fall through the cracks, and lives will be lost,” Continue Reading The Guardian
NHS FACES LAWSUITS –
The Mail Online reported:
Leading firms of lawyers have been contacted by hundreds who missed vital scans, tests and surgery because of worries over the pandemic.
One company is representing 150 patients, including dozens who have had their life-expectancy slashed.
Several clients have lost loved ones early as a result of cancer care delays, it says.
Many of the victims are younger patients hit by particularly aggressive forms of the disease.
Charities fear up to 35,000 extra deaths may be caused by cancer because hospitals cancelled virtually all procedures, including check-ups and operations, to cope with the coronavirus crisis when it struck. Continue Reading DAILY MAIL
The NHS in England faces paying out £83 BILLION to settle outstanding claims of clinical negligence Say BBC
Each year the NHS receives more than 10,000 new claims for compensation.
This figure includes all current unsettled claims and projected estimates of ones in the future.
The Department of Health has pledged to tackle “the unsustainable rise in the cost of clinical negligence”.
Estimates published last year put the total cost of outstanding compensation claims at £83bn.
NHS England’s total budget in 2018-19 was £129bn.
NHS RECEIVED A TOTAL OF £93 BILLION IN COVID PAYMENTS say UK Gov
….. on top of the £3 billion announced at Spending Review 2020 to support the NHS. It is also additional to the historic long-term settlement for the NHS, which is enshrined in law and will see NHS funding increase by £33.9 billion by 2023 to 2024 Continuew UK GoVUK Gov Announcement