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The BBC launched its NHS Tracker nearly two years ago. It was the biggest data project of its kind that we had ever done. Since then, it has been providing the public with up-to-date information about waiting times for accident and emergency units, cancer and routine operations wherever they live in the UK - as well as providing us with insight for news coverage of the health service. Last year, it was expanded to include mental health therapy. But with the government in England in the process of piloting a new set of targets, the time has come to put it on hold. For now at least. So what have we learned since it started? THINGS ARE GETTING WORSE. The three hospital measures the BBC has fo... Full story

15 June