The prime minister will deliver the first big set-piece speech of the campaign as Labour pledges £26bn extra per year for NHS
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Labour is to unveil a “rescue plan” for the NHS in England with an extra £26bn of funding a year paid for by higher taxes on companies and the wealthiest in society, as the party puts the health service at the heart of its election offer to voters.
Related: Labour vows to outspend Tories with £26bn ‘rescue’ plan for NHS
The Guardian features a picture from the Australian bushfires but leads with election news and Labour’s “£26bn rescue plan for NHS”. The Mirror calls that “Labour’s 10-point plan to save the NHS”.
Guardian front page, Wednesday 13 November 2019: Labour vows to outspend Tories with £26bn ‘rescue’ plan for NHS pic.twitter.com/66VOdx1j0f
Wednesday’s front page: Battle for the NHS – spending race…