The NHS is widely admired internationally and its performance has been independently assessed to be one of the very best in the world. Healthcare funded by general taxation the most efficient system for the delivery of care and with a genuine commitment to quality, kindness and innovation, the NHS is an institution of which we should be justly proud. It symbolises the pinnacle of a social solidarity approach to meeting the health needs of the UK. Since 2010, however, the values of the NHS have been profoundly threatened by a government that despite its sweet words, acts to undermine it by wasteful re-organisation, shoddy treatment of its workforce and too little funding. The NHS’s capacity to treat, care and innovate is struggling now as never before in its history.

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  1. rotzeichen says:

    The NHS has been abolished by the Tories and we need to reinstate it under the 2015 reinstatement bill.

    The Tories are dismantling all of our public services and replacing them with totally unscrupulous private enterprises, the private sector is a failure, it doesn’t pay real wages, offshores its profits, avoids paying tax, is totally unaccountable and lacks transparency.

    1. lynne says:

      I completely agree. The Tories want a private health service & this is the first stage in their plan

  2. Radha says:

    Interesting, i agree with you.The private health service is must and it is the first stage in their plan.

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