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2. In ???????????? the BMA held a ballot of it doctors about whether they should join the NHS or not.

  • May 1949
  • January 1948
  • January 1949
  • May 1948

3. In 1951 the cost of funding the NHS increased to ....

  • £400 million
  • £500 million
  • £700 million
  • £600 million

4. During the war the Emergency Medical Service was set up which led to ????? new operating theatres, millions of bandages and thousands of extra beds.

  • 3,000
  • 4,000
  • 1,000
  • 2,000

5. Aneurin Bevan (MINISTER OF HEALTH) later admitted he had got the doctors to join the NHS by

  • "Stuffing the consultants' mouths with gold"
  • "Filling the consultants' mouths with silver"
  • "Packing the doctors' pockets with gold"

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