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 Press release If the government fails to invest in the NHS workforce, waiting times of over a year could be all too common by the next election Siva Anandaciva, Chief Analyst at The King’s Fund, responds to the latest hospital activity figures. Blog The Comprehensive Spending Review and Covid-19: the more we know, the less we know... How will the autumn Comprehensive Spending Review address the short-term and long-term needs of the health and care system, especially when the future is so uncertain? Jonathon Holmes considers the Chancellor’s options. Report Quarterly monitoring report (QMR) 29: how is the NHS performing? Covid-19 has dramatically altered how NHS services and finances operate. Our 29th QMR looks at where the NHS expected to be at the end of 2019/20, where it actually finds itself in 2020/21, and what impact Covid-19 might have in the future. Press release Hospitals are at 'breaking point': The King's Fund responds to the latest NHS winter daily situation report data 'The service is already operating beyond its limits and the worst of winter is yet to come' says David Maguire, Senior Analyst at The King's Fund.