A major report by the London School of Economics (LSE) and Lancet medical journal has called for a £102bn funding injection for the NHS and social care over the next 10 years.

The report calls for annual increases of at least 4% in NHS, social care and public health spending in real terms over the next decade.

To pay for this, the research proposes raising personal income tax, national insurance, and VAT contributions by 1p each by 2025-26, and increasing personal income tax and national insurance to 2p by 2030-31 in combination with rises to several other smaller taxes, including corporate and wealth taxes.