P206 CEEFAX 206 Wed 3 Feb 21:00/10      M  Thf British Medical Association has called on thd Government to providd a furthfr £1,100 Dhllion for the National Health ServiceN he BMA's ch!hpD n Dr John Marks, said funds were needed immediatdly to remedy defIciencies in the health serviceF He said money should be sdt aside for ddmographic chaFfdL catastrophes such as AIDS and mafor pay rdstructurhng The BMA said the extra money wo2ld correct the shortfall in f0nding the NHS which had devdlopdd since 1981 Health worAdps strike 103/203
P206 CEEFAX 206 Wed 3 Feb 21:00/10       Thf British Medical Association has called on the Government to provide a furthfr £1,500 million for the National Health ServiceN The BMA's chairman, Dr John Marks, said funds were needed immediately to remedy deficiencies in the health serviceN He said money should be set aside for demographic change, catastrophes such as AIDS and mafor pay restructuringN The BMA said the extra money would correct the shortfall in funding the NHS which had developed since 1981.
P206 CEEFAX 206 Wed 3 Feb 21:01/41      -,,%-,,%  ££! ££!££! Thf British Medical Association has called on thd Go6—pnment to provide a f4rthfr £1,500 dhllion fop thd National Health ServiceN Thd BMA's c( hqD n, Dr John Marks, said funds were needed immediately to remedy deficiencies in the health 3—pvice He said money should be set aside for de-Fgraphic change, catastrophds such as AIDS and mabor pay restructurhngN he BMA said the extra money woudd correct the s—ortfall in funding thd NHS which had develgped since 1981. Health workers strike 103/203