Labour joined NHS campaigners this morning to protest cuts to our local NHS services, and the possible job losses as a result.
David Spencer explains how the NHS needs a government prepared to invest in our Health Service to make a difference both locally and nationally.
A petition has been started calling on local hospitals in the county to scrap car parking charges in line with hospitals in Scotland, Wales and Ireland.
Labour warns cuts will particularly hit the growing number of frail older people who rely on local health services – with the threat of more to come.
The chiefs of four NHS bodies have all refused to attend a public meeting called to discuss the crisis in the local NHS.
Norman Lamb claims it’s the next Tory government that’ll threaten the NHS – but cuts are happening now – and in his constituency.
Denise Burke has called for health officials to consider bringing additional NHS services to North Norfolk to benefit our aging population.
New figures from the latest NHS England GP Patient Survey reveal that patients in North Norfolk are waiting the longest in the region to see their GP.
The Labour Party has said that voters need a proper debate about the future of the NHS and that the British public have never given their consent for it.
Labour’s Prospective Parliamentary Candidate for North Norfolk, Denise Burke, has expressed concern about a shortfall in funding for the Norfolk 111 service.