My hon. Friend makes an important point. The Treasury, my hon.
I set out in my remarks just now exactly where they would come from—from a variety of different sources.
I will take one more intervention before I move on.
I reassure the hon.
I hear what the hon. Gentleman says. As ever, he is a vocal champion for his constituents and his hospital.
The NHS has robust procedures in place to ensure the continuity of medical supplies.
The hon. Gentleman and, indeed, my hon.
Thank you, Mr Deputy Speaker. My right hon.
The hon. Gentleman makes a good point, which, almost to a degree, goes back to the point made by the hon.