A hospital worker has blamed Brexit for the NHS being woefully understaffed.
New polling shows there is widespread dissatisfaction with the health service, with voters far more likely to say the service has worsened than improved in the last year.
Fifty-eight per cent are not confident they would receive timely treatment from the NHS if they fell ill tomorrow, with 36 per cent not confident at all and 22 per cent just not confident. Meanwhile, 45 per cent believe the service they receive has worsened in the past 12 months.
Just over half think it has become harder to get an appointment with their local doctor while 41 per cent think their local GP service has worsened.
Speaking to Matthew Wright on LBC, one hospital worker blamed the situation on the UK’s decision to leave the European Union.
Watch her comments in full below: