NHS Campaign Day

IMG_5848.JPGJonathon Ashworth, Shadow Secretary of State for Health, with Derby members at 'The Ram' in East Street, campaigning to save the NHS.






On Saturday November 26th, the Labour Party held a National Campaign Day to save the NHS.  Thousands of Labour supporters joined one of hundreds of events across Britain; they shared our demand that Theresa May give the NHS the funding it needs.

Labour will care for the NHS. We will always give the NHS the money it needs and will join up services from home to hospital with a properly integrated health and social care service.

Under the Tories our NHS is underfunded and understaffed. Millions languish on waiting lists or are forced to wait hours in A&E. One in four patients have to wait a week or more to see or speak to a GP or nurse or don't get an appointment at all. This simply isn't good enough.

The NHS is our party's proudest creation. We created it to care for us all - but now it's time for us to care for the NHS.



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