The UK government will have to slash more than £3bn from its medical budget, with more than one million fewer doctors expected to work by 2021, a new study has found.

The report from the health body, the Royal College of Nursing, said the cuts would hit the NHS the hardest and would cause further harm to patients.

The study also found the cost of caring for patients would increase by £1.4bn.

The Royal College said the new funding cut was a blow to the health service.

The RCP said it had asked the government to put in place measures to make sure the NHS would not be affected by any future cuts, and that the government was in talks with the NHS.

But it warned that it would not wait to see how the government responded to its inquiry into the future of the health care system.

The latest RCP report, which was commissioned by the Government, found the new NHS funding cut would cost the public purse by £4.9bn over the next two years.

It said the overall impact of the cuts was likely to be less than £1bn in 2021.

It warned the NHS was on course to lose £2.5bn a year from 2021-22, because of the reduced number of doctors expected by 2020.

It added that the Government was in the process of putting in place a range of measures to address the impact of these cuts.

NHS funding The RCC said the NHS’s funding had been reduced by more than $600m in the past two years, and had now fallen by £6bn since 2015-16.

Its report said the funding cuts were “an absolute disgrace” and that this was an example of how the Government is failing to fund the NHS properly.

The group said the Government had failed to ensure adequate funding was made available for the health services and other areas, which were “out of control” and “dangerously in debt”.

It also pointed to the “slow progress” of the Government’s plans to improve the NHS and ensure patients had access to high quality care.

The health body said it would work with the Government to ensure that any further funding cuts would not affect the delivery of the NHS in any way.

The Government said it recognised the impact the funding cut might have on the NHS, but said it was working to ensure it would have the resources to provide the service the public needs.

Chief executive of the Royal Society of General Practitioners, Dame Margaret Hodge, said: “The RCP’s findings are deeply concerning, but we should all be concerned about the impact this funding cut will have on patient care and the NHS overall.”

There is a clear need for the Government and the health sector to work together to achieve long-term savings, but that requires an ambitious commitment to tackling the root causes of the crisis, which is the health system.

“The NHS is in serious danger of being dragged into the 21st century’s healthcare revolution, and it is essential that the Health Secretary, Jeremy Hunt, and the Health and Social Care Minister, Andrew Lansley, take bold steps to tackle the growing crisis of spiralling out-of-hours waiting lists, which are putting a strain on services across the NHS.”

Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt said the government’s plan to cut £500m from the NHS budget was “a good start” and was being delivered “very quickly”.

“We know that people are hurting, and we will keep working to deliver that investment to help people stay well.” “

The RAC report said there were 2.7 million out- of-hours patients in the NHS today, but there were a further 5.6 million waiting for an appointment. “

We know that people are hurting, and we will keep working to deliver that investment to help people stay well.”

The RAC report said there were 2.7 million out- of-hours patients in the NHS today, but there were a further 5.6 million waiting for an appointment.

It called for a further £2bn a day to be spent on improving the health of people in acute and chronic conditions.

It also said the budget cut would cause “major disruption to care for people with chronic conditions, including those who are elderly, sick, disabled or have an illness that affects their quality of life”.

The RCA’s Dr Michael McPherson said: ”The RCC’s report is absolutely wrong on so many levels.

It says that the £4bn figure for the impact on the health budget is ‘very misleading’.

“The NHS has already had to reduce the number of GP surgeries in England to the lowest level in at least 60 years.

The RCA has urged the Government not to be swayed by political spin or political pressure to take action on its plans,”

These are all people who could be seen as the future NHS workforce, and their access to care is already at risk.”

The RCA has urged the Government not to be swayed by political spin or political pressure to take action on its plans,