Psychotic people in Lancashire are being left waiting too long for treatment

PICTURE POSED BY MODEL. File photo of a woman holding her head in her hands (Picture: David Cheskin/PA Wire)
PICTURE POSED BY MODEL. File photo of a woman holding her head in her hands (Picture: David Cheskin/PA Wire)
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People showing signs of psychosis, including hearing voices and seeing things that aren't there, should be referred to a specialist service in two weeks.

That's meant to happen 53 per cent of the time, rising to 56 per cent next year and 60 per cent the year after that. But it isn't happening.