Breadcrumb Home Publications Health and ten years of Labour government: key facts This content relates to the following topics: Performance NHS finances Share this content Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Share on LinkedIn Share on Email Print this page After ten years in power, how successfully has Labour managed health provision in the UK? This briefing sets out the key facts and issues. Related contentReportHealth and ten years of Labour government: achievements and challenges After ten years in power, how successfully has Labour managed health provision in the UK? This briefing is an in-depth look into the issue. You may also be interested in 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? NHS winter pressures We bring together a range of our commentary and analysis to explore the reasons for the extreme pressure on health services this winter. Report How is the NHS performing? November 2017: Quarterly Monitoring Report Performance against a number of key indicators is worse than at this time last year, and finances remain precarious despite an emergency funding injection. Press release Patient care deteriorating as NHS heads into winter on a knife edge Half of NHS trust finance directors think patient care in their area has got worse over the last year, while just six per cent said it has improved, according to our latest quarterly monitoring report.