Looking for signs of life

April will see increases in National Insurance contributions from allBritish taxpayers to fund a £40bn injection into the floundering NHS,which, it is hoped, will reach areas currently facing critical shortagesand curtail waiting lists. If all goes to plan, the Government will belargely applauded, as re-invigorating the NHS was a key promise made bythe Blair administration during the run-up to the last election. But ifthe cash boost makes little difference, or is not wisely spent, theGovernment

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