Government cuts are to blame for exposing NHS services to the cyber-attack which hit computers around the world on Friday, Jeremy Corbyn has said.
The Labour leader was speaking as he set out a promise to provide an extra £37 billion for the NHS, with measures aimed at improving A&E performance and taking one million patients off waiting lists.
Waiting lists are soaring and, as we saw last week, Tory cuts have exposed patient services to cyber attacks.
I would like to pay tribute to how all NHS staff have responded to this terrible cyber-attack. The stress you must have faced trying to keep patients safe must have been intense, this was just another example of the extraordinary lengths you go to every day to keep our country healthy.
Hospitals have stopped diverting patients following last week's cyber attack which crippled many NHS Trusts' IT systems.
A young computer expert from north Devon who was hailed a hero for helping to stop the global cyber attack said he was just "doing my bit".
One surgery has no access to medical records.