The HSJ article perhaps gets the heart of what the election was about.  7 years of austerity (needed or not according to your world view) has really started to have an impact on public services, with the NHS the most visible and high profile.  The question is this? What can a minority government do with constraints on its political power and the looming albatross of the Brexit negotiations?  Money will continue to tight and bandwith in the civil service and across public services has been denuded over 7 years.  As ever we will be reliant on the goodwill of public services to get us through this- so visibly demonstrated by the response to recent terrorist atrocities.