Boris Johnson drawn into row over ‘unsafe’ Hillingdon hospital

Hospital in prime minister’s constituency has moved child patients because of subsidence

Boris Johnson has been drawn into a row over the future of his local hospital, parts of which are so dangerous that patients have been moved out of wards to ensure their safety.

The prime minister has become involved in a dispute involving NHS chiefs and local MPs over whether Hillingdon hospital in his north-west London constituency should be rebuilt where it stands, when it is knocked down, or on another site.

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