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Reforming the NHS: key proposals by LSE-Lancet commission

Report offers blueprint for high-quality health and social care services with £288bn budget by 2030

The Covid-19 pandemic has revealed the best and worst in the NHS: protection has been offered to people in differing regions but poor integration between the service and social care has been evident, and so too the chronic underfunding of social care and low staff numbers, according to a report from the London School of Economics-Lancet commission.

The commission, looking at the possible future of the NHS, has called on the government to commit to long-term funding for healthcare, and set out other recommendations to try to solve the troubles facing the NHS.

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