HANDS OFF OUR NHS!

Let’s keep the N in NHS

 

Our NHS was founded on the principle of a universal service, free at the point of use, and available to all. This principle has survived successive governments of left and right, and the NHS remains one of our most valued and trusted institutions.

Until now, that is.

Some local politicians are willing to break-up our universal NHS, because they want more power to run our health services too. This would put the funding of local services and the health and wellbeing of our people at risk. In Greater Manchester where this has already happened, the funding the Tory Government has released leaves a £2 billion black hole in Manchester's local health and social care budget.

Our local hospital trusts are currently in millions of pounds worth of deficit. The last thing they need is another bureaucratic re-organisation that will leave them further underfunded and in danger, putting thousands of people’s care across our region in jeopardy.

The health and wellbeing of the 1.5 million people who live across the Liverpool City Region is too precious to take this risk.

 
 
 
 
 
 
Contact Luciana Berger
Contact Luciana Berger
Contact Luciana Berger
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