The Independent writes that the result of the British Social Attitudes (BSA) survey, published this week, show the number of people “very” or “quite” satisfied with the way the UK National Health Service is run fell to 53 percent. This is a drop of three percentage points from 2017, and the lowest satisfaction since 2007, it says. This is despite a promise of more funds for the health service. “In the short term at least, the promise of more money doesn’t appear to buy satisfaction,” said Ruth Roberson, a senior fellow at the King’s Fund which led the analysis alongside the Nuffield Trust think tank. Read the full story here.