The BBC has been misrepresenting UKIP policy on the NHS, purporting that UKIP would cut spending by 1/3rd.
The truth is different: The UKIP manifesto says UKIP would:
Make no cuts in front line services but substantially reduce waste and bureaucracy
Use NHS funds better, by abolishing overlapping layers of bureaucracy.
So, which B in BBC stands for bias?
PS Under Labour, NHS spending has risen massively, effectively by £42 Billion per year, without real benefit. Even common sense dictates that substantial savings, particularly in bureaucracy, must be available without injury to front line services.