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OXFORD University Study – Tory Health & Social Care Cuts Killed 30,000 in 2015 alone

September 30, 2017


30,000 excess deaths in 2015 alone, have been directly linked to the Conservative slash and burn approach to healthcare policy, a study produced by Oxford University claims. Published in the Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine, the study examined the possible reasons for a significant decline in all NHS performance targets (except cancer). The research team took their time to analyse the data, ruling out; artefact data, environmental changes, and influenza as the cause for an apparent 30,000 excess deaths in 2015.

The researchers were left with only government policy, and healthcare funding as the possible explanation for the huge spike in deaths. Their findings are not easy reading for those concerned about our health service, but confirm what we’ve known all along.

‘Since the 2010 election the imposition of austerity on the NHS has been profound. Expenditure has failed to keep pace with demand, and the situation…

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