31 July 2017 | BBC News
Thousands more mental health workers are to be recruited by the NHS in England, the health secretary has said.
Jeremy Hunt said it was time to end the "historic imbalance" between mental and physical health services.
The aim is to recruit enough nurses, therapists and consultants to treat an extra one million patients by 2020-21.
But the Royal College of Nursing said the plans did not add up, and more "hard cash" would be needed if the new staff were to be trained in time.
The government said an extra £1bn already promised for mental health services in England would fund the scheme - part of a pot of £1.3bn committed in 2016 to transform provision.