David Cameron promised that the NHS would be safe in his hands. But the NHS is struggling after his wasteful £3 billion reorganisation supported by Lib Dem Simon Hughes.
The latest local NHS figures show a 70% leap in cancelled operations at Kings and a 33% jump at Guys. Waiting times for local GPs are rising, there is a shortfall of paramedics in the London Ambulance Service, our A&E services are under huge pressure from a dramatic rise in the number of people experiencing mental health crises.
There is an alternative. Under Labour, waiting times were at record lows and patient satisfaction was at record highs. We have pledged to reverse David Cameron and Simon Hughes' privatisation agenda and restore trust in local services.
We will continue to fight for the NHS and we're campaigning for 8,000 more GPs and 20,000 more nurses. To back our campaign, sign the petition below. We’ll let you know about any developments and public meetings on the issue.