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NHS patients dying in hospital corridors, A&E doctors tell Theresa May

Doctors running 68 A&E departments tell PM patients are dying prematurely because staff are too busy to treat them

Patients are dying in hospital corridors during the ongoing winter crisis because the NHS is so underfunded and short-staffed that it cannot cope, senior doctors have warned Theresa May.

A&E units are under such intense strain that patients are at “intolerable” risk of being harmed by receiving poor care, specialists in emergency medicine from 68 hospitals have told the prime minister in a letter of unprecedented alarm.

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