Every NHS hospital has been ordered to cancel routine operations in January due to bed shortages caused by a flu outbreak.
Around 50,000 operations have been cancelled and patients are having to wait around 12 hours to be seen – there isn’t even enough space for some people in hospital corridors, let alone wards.
12 NHS trusts claim to have reached the maximum state of emergency, with some using taxis to transport patients as they’d run out of ambulances.
Mass migration has put the NHS on its knees – 250,000 more people using A&E every month compared to 2010.
The UK’s population is surging by way over 500,000 per year, being driven largely by mass migration.
Can you imagine how the health service will cope if the UK population actually surges to 70m by 2029, as predicted?
England’s population is now forecast to increase by a ludicrous 5.9% in just 10 years
Unless mass migration is curbed and huge investment in the NHS sees more hospitals built and a drastic increase in staff, the health service will crumble. This is just yet another example how people’s quality of life is being diminished by migration at a level that we’ve never ever seen before.