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2. ??????? doctors voted against joining the NHS

  • 20,675
  • 40,814
  • 30, 739
  • 50,824

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

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

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.

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

5. How much more than estimated did the NHS cost?

  • £140 million more than estimated
  • £40 million more than estimated
  • £144 million more than estimated
  • £44 million more than estimated

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