In June 2022, 71.3% of attendances at Scottish A&E services were seen and resulted in a subsequent admission, transfer or discharge within 4 hours.
In the same month, in England, only 58.8% were seen in 4 hours.
Scotland’s A&E departments were thus, 21.2% more effective (12.5% of 58.8).
Glasgow hospitals in the constituency of the First Minister were slightly faster than the Scottish average, at 72.4% in 4 hours.
The figure for local Norfolk hospitals, in the constituency of Liz Truss, was a shocking, ‘third world’ level of only 43.1% in 4 hours.
The First Minister’s local hospitals were thus 67.9% faster than those in the Norfolk constituency of Liz truss (29.3% of 43.1).