The writer, An Observer, letters May 24, claimed there is no money for the NHS.
Well I wonder if the unidentified writer lives in Sunderland?
If he did, he would have surely seen the new £50million hospital built at Ryhope, the new £20million A&E unit at the Royal Hospital, the £6million car park at the Royal and the £10million
Dementia Unit built at the Monkwearmouth Hospital.
All since 2010.
The writer also ignores the additional £8billion allocated to the NHS, plus the additional £10billion for buildings in the NHS.
We can all agree that there are problems in the NHS but please stop the blind denial of what is actually happening.