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There’s much doom and gloom about the NHS this morning, with a report from health officials that free treatment

‘at the point of need’ could soon all but disappear owing to current spending cuts, and news that hospitals are

having to recruit nurses from overseas because of staff shortages.


The Mirror claims a leaked document from the NHS Confederation says free care will have to go unless there is a

radical boost in funding.


According to the paper, the report concludes: ‘It is very possible the current basis of the NHS free for all at the

point of need will become unsustainable in the future.’


And many nationals report on the findings of a Nursing Times investigation revealing that hospital managers are

trawling European recruitment fairs to plug gaps in nursing posts.


The Independent says at least 40 out of 105 hospital trusts in England have actively recruited staff from abroad in

the past 12 months, most from Spain and Portugal, while a further 41 trusts plan to recruit overseas in the next 12



Dr Peter Carter from the Royal College of Nursing said this ‘short-term, boom-and-bust workforce planning’ is

‘endemic in the NHS’.


He added: ‘It is frankly perplexing that on the one hand nursing posts are being cut and training places being

reduced, while on the other, desperate managers are raiding overseas workforces.’

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