If you want to get this briefing by email, sign up hereGeneral election 2019: Labour pledges to outspend Tories on the NHSWith 29 days to go until the general election, Labour is laying out its spending plans for the NHS in England. If it wins, it is promising to spend £155bn a year on it by 2023-24 – £6bn more than the Conservatives set out over the same period in a plan published last year.But the Conservatives have responded that, as Labour wants to reduce the working week to 32 hours, this would eat into funding, because of the need to take on more staff. Here are 11 charts on why the NHS is an important battleground during the election.Brexit is also on the agenda today. Conservative leader Boris Johnson, who is promising to get it done by 31 January if he wins on 12 December, will say – in his first major speech of the campaign – that any more “groundhoggery” will damage the economy. But Labour argues the PM’s deal with the EU is flawed and is promising another referendum. Read our guide to where the parties stand on Brexit.In other news, ex-cabinet minister David Gauke, whom Mr… Read full this story
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