Breadcrumb Home Publications Care will get worse unless politicians make tough calls This content relates to the following topics: Workforce and skills Share this content Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Share on LinkedIn Share on Email Print this page In an article for the Independent, Chris Ham explains that improvements in services will only if politicians are willing to support doctors and managers.Read the full article from the Independent Comments Add your comment Your name Email (your email will not be made public) Your job/role Organisation Comment Post comment You may also be interested in Audio Can the NHS be a truly flexible workplace? Helen McKenna sits down with Kate Jarman, Director of communications and corporate affairs at Milton Keynes University Hospital and co-founder of Flex NHS to discuss what working flexibly means in practice, communicating during Covid-19 and activism in the health service. Blog What does the autumn 2020 Spending Review mean for health and care? Who were the winners and losers in the Chancellor’s autumn Spending Review? Siva Anandaciva looks at what the government’s plans promise for health and care. Press release The Spending Review is 'unlikely to be enough to address health and care pressures': The King's Fund responds to the Spending Review Sally Warren, Director of Policy at The King’s Fund, responds to the Chancellor’s Spending Review,. Article An open letter to the Chancellor Chief Executive of The King’s Fund, Richard Murray, has written an open letter to the Chancellor, the Right Honourable Rishi Sunak, to outline why health and care services need the stability of a multi-year funding deal.