Labour no longer trusted on NHS reforms
Article in the Telegraph
"Barely one in five people believe the Labour party will deliver a better health service over the next ten years, the You Gov poll shows."
"The results of the poll show he Tories have a clear lead on health policy with 31 per cent of people saying they would do a better job of running the health service, compared to 23 per cent who think Labour would deliver on the NHS.
The results of the latest poll confirm a shift in the political debate over health care, away from funding and towards improved management and organisation.
After years of above-inflation increases in health spending, most voters now believe the NHS has enough money. But they worry that the service has become bureaucratic and over-burdened with managers."