Play predicts chilling future for Britain’s prized health service

FILE PHOTO: Demonstrators hold placards during a march in support of the National Health Service, in central London, Britain, June 30, 2018. REUTERS/Simon Dawson

EDINBURGH (Reuters) – A desperate mechanic driven to operate on his sick wife is the subject of a disturbing play which looks at the future of Britain’s prized public health service, shown at the Edinburgh Fringe. “After the Cuts” is the dystopian story of Jim, a retired mechanic, and his wife Agnes who cannot afford […]

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