NHS patient waiting lists are down again!
At the end of September, 856,600 people were waiting for treatment - a fall of 4,500 from the previous month.
The 0.5% decrease also means waiting lists have fallen for nine months in a row - the first time that has happened.
The last time waiting lists were this low was September 1987.
Overall, waiting lists have fallen by 300,000 since March 1997 while the number waiting for more than six months has fallen by 100,000 in the last year.