British PM May apologizes as hospitals cancel non-urgent appointments

Britain’s National Health Service (NHS) early this week recommended that hospitals cancel all non-urgent appointments and operations until next month to free up resources to deal with a spike in emergency patients. A flu outbreak has put hospitals under strain with many working at full capacity. Analysts say the issue could potentially deal another blow to the already weakened prime minister. The NHS delivers free care for all and accounts for a third of government spending on public services. It is one of the most important issues for voters during elections.

Subscribe to us on YouTube:

Download our APP on Apple Store (iOS):

Download our APP on Google Play (Android):

Follow us on:



Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *