Can Corbyn really put the total blame for the Nhs "humanitarian crisis" on May and the conservatives?
NHS crisis: Corbyn calls on May to face urgent Commons questions
Jeremy Corbyn has called on Theresa May to attend the House of Commons on Monday to face urgent questions over the NHS, after claims the health service is facing a “humanitarian crisis”.
The Labour leader called on the prime minister to explain how the government will solve the problems, after the British Red Cross said it had been called in to help the NHS in England deal with heightened demand this winter.
In a series of tweets, Corbyn said: “The crisis in our NHS is unprecedented. People are lying on trolleys in corridors waiting to be seen.