Astonishingly from NHS Northern Ireland:
Four hundred emergency patients waited more than 12 hours to be admitted to hospital in the last day in Northern Ireland, a senior doctor has said.
Dr Paul Kerr, from the Royal College of Emergency Medicine for Northern Ireland, said some of them have been waiting up to two days.https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-northern-ireland-58393877
In Scotland, in August, only 286 patients spent more than 12 hours in an A&E department, in a whole month, less than 10 in any one day, on average.
No politician in Northern Ireland is accused of anything. No politician is even mentioned and certainly not photographed.
A Department of Health spokesperson says:
The public can help by using services appropriately. To be clear, if your case is an emergency, then you should go to a hospital emergency department without delay.
What is he implying?
Imagine if this happened in Scotland?