NHS England only publishes annual data on 12 hour waits in A&E. Emergency doctors in England have called for transparency on this.
NHS Scotland does them weekly and the Scottish Cons love to feast on them.
So, how do the Scottish 12 hour wait data compare with the same from NHS England? Well, thanks to Telegraph we can see:
In March 2022, 4 128 patients spent more than 12 hours in a Scottish A&E department.
England has 10 times the population so might be expected to have had 41 280 waiting for 12 hours but actually had 138 305, more than 3 times as many.
Shocking. What have UK Labour had to say about it? Nothing. The health boards are to blame, in England and Wales and in Northern Ireland.