What part of “400 billion pounds” do you not understand? Do you genuinely not comprehend how this translates not into merely some mild inconvenience, but the wholesale destruction of the fabric of British society? Or are you simply lying to yourself because you can’t accept the moral/ethical questions that society currently faces?
There is a reason 400 billion pounds has never been spent on anything before: it’s impossible to do it without appalling consequences.
Again, I can’t be sure if you really think this choice is imaginary - perhaps because you have no idea how NICE determines how funding is allocated or how doctors decide who lives and who dies - or whether you’re just telling yourself comforting lies.
Finite funding means that values are placed upon lives, so that bad decisions are not made. Right now, cancer patients (for example) are not receiving treatment because everyone knows that they’ll just go home and die quietly, and nobody pays any attention to cancer deaths anyway. Cancer is just one of those things. COVID-19 patients receive preference because the stats are relentlessly reported.
What’s the point in complaining about something that cannot be changed?
In any case I’m not arguing that “excess deaths” are a hoax. I merely pointed out to you that - in the case of Sweden for example - they are negligible in both statistical and practical terms.