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The conventional view is that this propensity for dictatorial powers comes from Park’s upbringing: She is the daughter of Park Chung-hee, the South Korean general who launched a coup in 1961, set himself up as head of a military junta, and was then elected president in 1963.

Private hospitals are capitalising on the underfunding of the NHS by expanding their services, focusing on areas subject to rationing such as cataract treatment and hernia repair.

29th May 2017 May accused of failing to tackle the NHS crisis Teresa May has been accused of failing to tackle the growing crisis in the NHS and social care, with a “smoke and mirrors” manifesto that has left future funding in doubt.

Thus began an 18-year reign, characterized by massive economic growth coupled with severe repression — including arbitrary arrest, widespread torture, executions, and martial law.

Park’s rule ended only when his own intelligence chief assassinated him in 1979. Many older Koreans see him as a savior who created prosperity and strengthened the country against what was then a more advanced North Korea.

The finding suggests public concern about the NHS is at its highest level since then-chancellor Gordon Brown announced a £40bn NHS investment plan in 2002.

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