Prime Minister Theresa May has blamed people getting ill as the main reason for the latest NHS crisis.
“Obviously if GPs worked harder and the NHS trusts were more efficient then that would help but if people didn’t keep going to hospital we wouldn’t be having these problems,” begun May in her keynote speech.
“One of my special advisers suggested charging £100 every time someone went to a hospital. This would cut numbers dramatically.
“Doctors could easily be issued with portable credit card processing machines. It’s certainly worth considering as an idea.”
May concluded by saying that, “The NHS is safe in our hands.”