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won't cost health camp every day of the week bounce when david cameron is promising to britain's national health service in his first major speech since being reelected as prime minister , we simply can't aspire to be the safest healthcare system in the world with act this commitment , wanna hospitals are working hard monday to friday to get patients bessa , sometimes it can feel as though saturdays and sundays a more about just somehow getting through to monday , this is cameron's vision of the n. h. s. round the clock care and attention in both hospitals and g. p. surgeries that includes a funding boost of eight billion pounds a year by twenty twenty and a promise to increase the number of g. p. s. and thus is available as well as drugs and treatments bots while his talk might be bold not everyone is convinced , in the british medical association , possible for us to often , so we need to sort that out for us , there's also still a predicted shortfall of thirty billion pounds a year to be made up and took from some of further cuts to pay and conditions especially finances could mean strikes , the commitment of eight billion extra five twenty twenties really welcome but the n. h. s. is facing huge financial pressures at the moment , and this money will also have to fund some of the new citizens like seven day working , highly unlikely eight billion will be sufficient , former finance minister nonchalance and once described the n. h. s. asked the nearest thing the english have to a religion