Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt admitted to ITV News that more staff on A&E wards was needed to deal with the increased numbers of people attending.
His comments come amidst warnings from the College of Emergency Medicine that departments were on the verge of collapse due to understaffing and 'unsustainable workloads'.
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