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Ambulances are having to wait as long as six hours to hand patients over to hospitals due to pressures on staff, according to figures obtained by the BBC. Wales saw the longest delays, but maximum wait times exceeded one hour in every single ambulance service across the country. Elsewhere, data published by health expe...
Labour press release In the last year, an extra 40,000 emergency patients were trapped in the back of an ambulance outside full A&E departments for upwards of half...
Luciana Berger called on the Government to take action after new figures showed some people were facing long waits inside ambulances. “These figures are very, ver...
Labour press release Andy Burnham MP, Labour’s Shadow Health Secretary, responding to news that ambulances face long delays at A&E, said: “Winter is setting in...
Labour press release Andy Burnham MP, Labour's Shadow Health Secretary, commenting on new statistics showing the Government is missing its target for 95% of peopl...
Labour press release Andy Burnham MP, Labour's Shadow Health Secretary, responding to the report on A&E attendances from the Health and Social Care Information Ce...
09/12/2013 on BBC News
29/11/2013 on Daybreak, ITV1
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