Sunak admits he has used ‘independent’ healthcare but is registered with NHS GP

Prime Minister Rishi Sunak has admitted he has used private healthcare following weeks of speculation about whether he relied on NHS services. The Prime Minister said he was registered with an NHS GP but told MPs he had used “independent” healthcare in the past. He has previously refused to answer questions about whether he had private healthcare, insisting it was “not really relevant”. At Prime Minister’s Questions Mr Sunak said: “I am registered with an NHS GP. “I have used independent healthcare in the past and I’m also grateful to the Friarage Hospital for the fantastic care they have given my family over the years.”