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 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. Press release The King's Fund responds to the latest winter operational update 'The health service is running red hot, with around 95 per cent of hospital beds occupied, well above the recommended safe level,' says Siva Anandaciva, Chief Analyst at The King’s Fund. Blog Five reasons why this NHS winter may be different Siva Anandaciva considers the prospects for a NHS dealing with winter pressures, workforce challenges and limited funding, while planning for a no-deal Brexit. Press release The King's Fund responds to the latest monthly hospital performance data 'For the first time the winter crisis in A&E has merged straight into a summer crisis.' Richard Murray, Chief Executive at The King’s Fund responds to today’s NHS combined performance summary.