Vote to Protect Our NHS on Thursday

The NHS is at risk in the way it hasn’t been for a generation. A Tory second term would mean the stealth privatisation of the NHS, more reorganisation and longer waits

Only Labour has a fully-funded plan to stop the NHS sliding backwards and halt the drift towards a US-style system

There is no bigger choice at this election than the future of the NHS, the bedrock of security for so many working people in our country

In the final days few days of this General Election, the NHS is at risk in the way it hasn’t been for a generation:

  • Labour is today demanding David Cameron comes clean about his plans for the NHS, and publish a government–commissioned report by Tory peer and supermarket executive Stuart Rose for another re-organisation of NHS bureaucracy after the election – which has been buried because its findings are too explosive.
  • A letter published today from US doctors warns that the Tories have put the NHS on a “slippery slope” to pay-as-you-go health care.

The evidence is clear: a Tory second term would mean the stealth privatisation of the NHS, more reorganisation and longer waits for NHS patients

At this election there is a choice between two visions of the NHS: more privatisation, reorganisation and longer waits with a Tory second term, or Labour’s plan to protect and improve the NHS by putting the right values back at its heart.

Only Labour has a fully-funded plan to stop the NHS sliding backwards and halt the drift towards a US-style system. We will repeal David Cameron’s privatisation plans and put the right values back at the heart of the NHS

In this election, people have the chance to put the NHS first by voting Labour on Thursday.

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