"Could this new '10 year plan' rolling out today not be seen as a start to improving the NHS or is it more false hope that will go by the wayside before it's been given a chance, to me, and obviously i can only go on what i have seen and read, it is a step in the right direction and has to be noted that its probably more than previous governments of any party has done to make the health service a priority.
If it was a bold statement made by someone with a history of success in achieving things then, yes, you could be right. Unfortunately, Mrs May does not have a reputation for achievement (putting the current Brexit disaster to one side) even in her 6 years as Home Secretary. She made more mistakes than you could start to count and was rarely around to take the blame.
On Just one issue, net migration into the UK increased from 244,000 in 2010 to 330,000 in 2014 rather than being brought down to less than 100,000 as the Government had committed. Mrs May was the cabinet minister responsible for making the government’s commitment a reality. You could argue that this wasn't her own policy but one of Camerons, and we all now realise what a time waster he was/is.
It seems to me that this new money is a play in trying to bribe the electorate, and her own Ministers, by putting a huge sum into the NHS. I doubt that this will work since there are fundamental issues which exist within the NHS which will be impossible to shift without radical reform.
I agree with your post
But Mrs may makes mistakes that can't be true surely