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Daily Mirror: A&E Performance at Lowest Level for a DECADE

8th April 2015

The Daily Mirror yesterday highlighted the concerns over the performance of A&E departments across the country with the Shadow Health Secretary, Andy Burnham, seeming to blame David Cameron and his party largely.

With A&E departments underperforming against their targets and patients facing agonising waits, staff shortages and budget cuts seem to have taken their toll on the one of the busiest departments in hospitals.

Here at Fletchers, we have seen a rise in medical negligence enquiries due to these issues, especially at the start of this year after the publicised winter A&E crisis.

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