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What does a Tory government mean for nursing and the NHS?


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Following their election victory, the Tories have renewed their vow to create “seven-day” health service and increase budgets by at least £8bn a year by 2020, but what do you think the Tories’ victory means for nursing and the NHS?


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  • The Tories have made some fantastic pledges for the NHS. I've heard so many nurses bemoan the election result, but I don't have a problem with a Tory government at all. I just hope they stick to their promises.

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  • A Tory government means the end of the NHS as it was initially set up. Their agenda is to dismantle services and sell them off to the cheapest provider. There will be little or no continuity or communication between different areas as they will all be protecting their own business interests. Anyone working in the NHS who voted for this should seriously think about what the service was originally created for.

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