Breadcrumb Home Publications Politicians have ducked hard decisions on the NHS for far too long This content relates to the following topics: NHS finances Share this content Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Share on LinkedIn Share on Email Print this page Up to 20 hospitals, around 10 per cent of the total in England, may not be financially sustainable. The NHS must change. That message came over loud and clear from the Future Forum set up to advise the government on its controversial plans for reform.David Cameron and Nick Clegg endorsed this message in their response to the Forum's report, setting the stage for far-reaching changes.Read the full article from the Guardian Related contentNHS Future Forum: recommendations and responses Professor Steve Field and the NHS Future Forum launched its findings at a press conference at The King's Fund. 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 Press release The King’s Fund response to the National Audit Office report on sustainability and transformation in the NHS Chris Ham comments on the National Audit Office report on sustainability and transformation in the NHS. Press release Mental health funding gap widens further The spending gap between NHS acute hospitals and NHS mental health providers widened further last year, our new report finds. Report Funding and staffing of NHS mental health providers: still waiting for parity Our report finds that the spending gap between NHS acute hospitals and NHS mental health providers is widening. Blog A&E performance reaches a new low The media and groups of NHS staff are describing an A&E service in crisis, while the government says the NHS is more prepared for winter than ever before. What does the latest national data say about how A&E departments are coping compared with previous winters?