Prime Minister David Cameron reassured the public that the National Health Service is safe in their hands. He had promised that the NHS will see at least £8 billion a year by 2020 and will have a seven-day service.
During the General Election, each political party promised the improvement of the NHS. The Conservatives promised the public they would fill a funding gap of £30 billion by 2020. They also promised that GP opening hours would be extended to create the true seven-day NHS
Analysts believe that the UK’s 2015 Parliament is an accurate reflection of Britain’s sentiments. About 29% of MPs are women. About 6% came from ethnic minorities.
During his speech at a GP Surgeon Summit in the West Midlands, he is expected to say the following:
“There is nothing that embodies the spirit of One Nation coming together – nothing that working people depend on more – than the NHS.
“Our commitment is to free healthcare for everyone – wherever you are and whenever you need it.
“That means getting the best care and making that care available for everyone – free – wherever they are and whenever they need it.
“So I believe that together – by sticking to the plan – we can become the first country in the world to deliver a truly seven-day NHS.”