The UK's National Health Service (NHS) faces a crisis of expensive health care costs and the apparent inability to pay its doctors. A recent report shows emergency MDs are moving to Australia, leaving a potential staffing problem at emergency hospitals where doctors are needed most. Britain faces a shortage of both doctors and money in the NHS, so moves need to be made to adapt. The NHS needs to be privatized to save the government money.
Any cuts to NHS would be felt by the poor, not the wealthy who can afford their own luxuries. The NHS does what it is supposed to, which is to ensure that all people in the UK can receive medical attention. The only thing that cutting funding of NHS would do would be to cut salaries and services. Don't cut NHS funding.