Assemble outside York Minster at 10.30am – 11.00am
Depart to march round city centre via St Helen’s Square at 11.00am
Rally in St Helen’s Square 12.00pm – 12.30pm
None of us are immortal. None of us are immune to sickness or health problems.
That’s why the Labour Government established the NHS in 1945, to ensure the most up-to-date health care is delivered according to people’s needs, when they need it, free at the point of use.
Seventy years later the NHS is in crisis. Years of Tory austerity and privatisation has brought this precious lifeline and our whole social care system to their knees.
Now we need to stand up for the NHS.
Labour plans to save the NHS by:
– Setting an emergency budget to solve the initial spending crisis through a massive injection of funding.
– Training thousands of new doctors, nurses and other health care professionals to tackle chronic staffing shortages.
– Ending decades of privatisation and wasteful PFI schemes.
– Investing in our social care system on a local level so that it works effectively with the NHS.
– Funding our mental health services properly so this vital area of care is no longer neglected.
What WE can do to help Save the NHS:
– Come to the demonstration in York on 7 April.
– Join the Labour Party to build a kinder, more equal Britain.
– Ensure a Labour government is elected: For The Many, Not The Few
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