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Will political parties prioritise the health service in run-up to the general election?
All political parties should focus on the NHS during the general election campaign and commit to ‘a long-term funding solution’ for the health service, says the BMA.
In what it is calling its ‘manifesto’, the BMA has set out five areas it wants action on by the political parties. They are:
BMA council chair Mark Porter said: ‘Our NHS is at breaking point and it would be all too easy for this election to become the “Brexit election”’ and little else, at precisely the time when the health service needs the unrelenting focus of politicians from all parties.’
BMA: A vote for health