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The Tory genocide against Labour voters


A damning report warns cuts to health and social care budgets were “possibly” to blame for the “unprecedented” 30,000 extra deaths in England and Wales and they are all in strong Labour held areas. 



The Tories are accused of wilfully ignoring the devastating social care crisis that is gripping Britain with catastrophic effects.
A major study by academics warns cuts to health and social care budgets were “possibly” to blame for the “unprecedented” 30,000 extra deaths in England and Wales.
The 2015 figures mark the largest increase in “excess deaths” for almost 50 years.
The total was largely made up of OAPs, who rely most on health and social care, the report finds.
It is the first time a direct link has been drawn between cuts and a surge in deaths - and the rise could continue without “urgent intervention”, experts fear.
Missed NHS targets including ambulance call-out times and A&E delays were among factors, according to the study published in the Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine.
Experts write: “The long-term decline in mortality in England and Wales has reversed, with approximately 30,000 extra deaths compared to what would be expected if the average age-specific death rates in 2006 to 2014.”
This is a complete genocide of Labour voters the Tories and especially Iain Duncan Smith should be charged with genocide of British people.

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