Too Little, Too Late.
As Rishi Sunak finally decides to hold talks with emergency talks with NHS and care leaders in an attempt to tackle Britain's winter healthcare crisis, the Liberal Democrat's Deputy Leader, Daisy Cooper said "it is too little, too late". "Hundreds of people have been dying needlessly each week in the worst NHS crisis ever experienced in this country, whilst the prime minister sat on his hands," she said. A spokesperson for B & H Lib Dems said "The damage already done to our NHS system has been estimated to be costing up to 500 lives a day. The delay is another example of the Tories putting politics above responsibility."