Rejected petition Hands off the NHS! Protect and properly fund our wonderful health service.

The NHS is at risk following years of under investment by UK government and austerity. We have a massive shortage of nurses and doctors and there is a risk that if we push for a trade deal with the USA following Brexit the USA want commercial access to our healthcare system.

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Ensure that the NHS is protected from any potential sale or dilution and that instead of being a bargaining chip in negotiations it is fully funded to the levels required to suit the changing demographics of our population, including social care for the elderly.

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