Plea to join NHS party

Plea to join NHS party

Plea to join NHS party

First published in News

People with an interest in the NHS are being urged to join a new political group.

It will be the Sussex branch of the National Health Action Party and is aimed at those who support the original principles of the NHS – that people can get good quality care free at the point of delivery.

A spokesman for the group said they were aiming to raise public awareness about what is happening to the NHS and put it high on the local agenda.

Plans could include organising campaigning activities in the lead up to next year’s general election while support is also needed for roles such as secretary or treasurer.

Anyone interested in getting involved in the Worthing-based group should call Carl Walker on 07955 233505 or email nha.sussex@gmail.com.

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5:39pm Wed 20 Aug 14

HJarrs says...

Good idea, then they could back candidates that supported the core NHS values (so not LibLabCon then!).
Good idea, then they could back candidates that supported the core NHS values (so not LibLabCon then!). HJarrs
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7:57pm Wed 20 Aug 14

G Wiley says...

HJarrs wrote:
Good idea, then they could back candidates that supported the core NHS values (so not LibLabCon then!).
Yes - excellent idea - split the left-wing anti-capitalist green supporter votes between multiple parties so they definitely lose the next election.

We need voters to elect parties that actually listen to the voters and has realistic, pragmatic views on policies, rather than the incompetent, ideological practices of the naïve, arrogant, leaderless bunch of activists loosely grouped into the green party.

Remember - you all must vote in the 2015 elections - for any party except the greens!
[quote][p][bold]HJarrs[/bold] wrote: Good idea, then they could back candidates that supported the core NHS values (so not LibLabCon then!).[/p][/quote]Yes - excellent idea - split the left-wing anti-capitalist green supporter votes between multiple parties so they definitely lose the next election. We need voters to elect parties that actually listen to the voters and has realistic, pragmatic views on policies, rather than the incompetent, ideological practices of the naïve, arrogant, leaderless bunch of activists loosely grouped into the green party. Remember - you all must vote in the 2015 elections - for any party except the greens! G Wiley
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9:09pm Wed 20 Aug 14

HJarrs says...

G Wiley wrote:
HJarrs wrote:
Good idea, then they could back candidates that supported the core NHS values (so not LibLabCon then!).
Yes - excellent idea - split the left-wing anti-capitalist green supporter votes between multiple parties so they definitely lose the next election.

We need voters to elect parties that actually listen to the voters and has realistic, pragmatic views on policies, rather than the incompetent, ideological practices of the naïve, arrogant, leaderless bunch of activists loosely grouped into the green party.

Remember - you all must vote in the 2015 elections - for any party except the greens!
Er...I think you will find that the NHS is pretty popular despite a media onslaught by those that would look to gain from its demise.
[quote][p][bold]G Wiley[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]HJarrs[/bold] wrote: Good idea, then they could back candidates that supported the core NHS values (so not LibLabCon then!).[/p][/quote]Yes - excellent idea - split the left-wing anti-capitalist green supporter votes between multiple parties so they definitely lose the next election. We need voters to elect parties that actually listen to the voters and has realistic, pragmatic views on policies, rather than the incompetent, ideological practices of the naïve, arrogant, leaderless bunch of activists loosely grouped into the green party. Remember - you all must vote in the 2015 elections - for any party except the greens![/p][/quote]Er...I think you will find that the NHS is pretty popular despite a media onslaught by those that would look to gain from its demise. HJarrs
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