NHS survey

At the last election, David Cameron promised the NHS would be safe in his hands.

But now:

  • 60% of patients say they can’t see their GP within two days
  • Almost 1 million people a year have to wait more than 4 hours in A&E, with ambulances queuing up to drop-off patients
  • 4,000 nurses and thousands of other front-line staff have been lost to the NHS;
  • Experts warn that A&Es don’t have safe staffing levels
  • Waiting lists are growing and treatments like cataract removals and knee operations are being rationed.

The Tories wasted £3 billion on a top-down reorganisation that David Cameron promised wouldn’t happen. Private companies are benefiting and it’s our health care that’s suffering.

Labour would fund thousands more doctors, nurses, home-care workers and midwives, by clamping down on tax avoidance and by raising tax on tobacco companies and multi-million pound mansions.

The future of the NHS is important to everyone, but the Tories have plunged it into crisis. Please spend a few minutes answering these quick questions to help us better understand your views.

Have you found it harder to get an appointment to see your local GP?

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