BORIS Johnson started rolling out his election spending bonanza as he unveiled plans to pump another £200million into hospitals.
The PM vowed to give the NHS “every penny it needs” while he is in No10.
The PM started rolling out his election spending bonanza as he unveiled plans to pump another £200million into hospitals[/caption]
The cash will pay for 300 CT and MRI machines across England to help boost cancer survival rates.
He vowed: “We can, must, and will do so much more for sufferers and their families.
“These new scanners will lead to quicker diagnosis, more screenings, and improved care for patients, giving brilliant NHS staff the tools they need to further boost survival rates.
“It’s my priority to make sure our NHS gets every penny it needs to provide the very best care — wherever you live, and whatever your condition.”
Mr Johnson has already doled out billion-pound spending boosts for schools, cops and the health service.
The Tories are expected to make big commitments on tackling the housing crisis at next week’s party conference in Manchester.
The defiant PM is determined to call an election so that voters can end the Brexit deadlock.
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But “chicken” Jeremy Corbyn has dodged the calls – leaving Britain’s “zombie” Parliament without a majority and at war with itself.
Health Secretary Matt Hancock said the cash will help transform the way the NHS fights cancer.
He said: “I’m determined to get cutting-edge equipment into hospitals so that clinical staff are equipped with the best technology available for patients.”
The cash will pay for 300 CT and MRI machines across England to help boost cancer survival rates[/caption]
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