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Election 2010: Health


Jun 28, 2007
So, for the first of the election debates, I thought we could start with that essential service that is the NHS.

Labour have trebled health spending since they have come to power but has that money been well spent? Are targets a way of guaranteeing standards of care or do they damage standards of care?

The Conservatives are promising even more choice about where you have your treatment but is this important to you? They are also promising that they won't cut health spending but is this wise in the current Economic climate?

And the Lib Dems are promising local health boards; are they a good way of keeping care local or just another layer of bureaucracy?