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Well, in the example of the car, the requirement remains essentially the same. You want the same car to go further.Serious questions - Why can't the NHS work like that? If I want to go further in my car, I put more fuel in it. I'm interested in to why you think we can't just put more money in since it clearly offers good value for it.
In the case of the health service, the car is already full - you have people in each of the five seats, someone in the passenger footwell, someone on the roof and three people in hot pursuit behind you on foot. Worse still, the person sat in the back on the nearside has contributed nothing in fuel money but one of those on foot has been contributing since its formation.
Even worse still, your car can only go forwards and backwards on a road, but there's now a requirement for it to be upgraded to fly, float on water and for it to do all whilst this using less fuel. During the conversion, nobody is allowed to get out, it has to keep moving because it can't stop.