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More than 23,000 people died in A&E in England last year, Labour estimates

Number of NHS emergency department deaths is rise of more than 20% since 2021 and nearly 40% since 2020

About 23,000 people died in accident and emergency departments last year, according to an estimate by Labour based on Freedom of Information requests to every NHS trust in England.

Half of the trusts responded to the party’s requests and, based on that information, it calculated that just over 23,000 people had died – an increase of more than 20% on 2021, and nearly 40% on 2020.

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