Britain 1931-1951 NHS

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1. 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"
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2. ??????? doctors voted against joining the NHS

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

3. What percentage of Doctors voted in the BMA ballot

  • 64%
  • 84%
  • 94%
  • 74%

4. ???????? doctors voted for joining the NHS

  • 4,735
  • 4,536
  • 4,489
  • 4,974

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

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

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