The MP for Thirsk and Malton, Anne McIntosh, has expressed her concern for cuts to health funding in North Yorkshire.
Although this review is informative a lot of work still has to be done to ensure that North Yorkshire gets a consistently high level of health care whilst reducing the historic debt created by the underfunding
I am campaigning hard with other North Yorkshire MPs for fairer funding for the NHS and we are holding a meeting in early February to discuss the review and why NHS North Yorkshire receives £17 million less than the allocation should provide for their local population demographic.
MPs are debating proposals which could see NHS staff paid different rates for the same job in different parts of the country.
Labour's Shadow Health Secretary told MPs that a cartel of twenty trusts in the South West are collectively trying to force changes to the terms and conditions of 88,000 local staff.
Mr Burnham also claimed that there were worrying signs of trusts in the North East coming together to push through similar changes.
The Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt said the government has no plans to introduce regional pay and was merely implementing a degree of flexibility in local pay bargaining which the last Labour government had legislated for.