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REMOVING THE PRIVATE HEALTH DANGER

It is clear with the result of the 2017 General Election that there has been a shift in public thinking regarding a more socially caring society. This is only a small start. We want to see that public shift grow in confidence. Deep down the country knows that losing our greatest institution to the USA health system would be a national disaster.

 

This week NHS England have begun imposing a form of rationing – the Capped Expenditure Process – that forces the NHS to offer a very restricted range of services within a tightly fixed budget. All part of the Accountable Care Organisation redesign that we are fighting with our Judicial Review.

 

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Dear ______________

 

This Monday (26th June) the Parliamentary Labour Party discusses the order of possible Labour private members bills. Please support Margaret Greenwood's NHS Bill as the one vital bill to be allocated to the Labour MP who comes highest in the ballot of MPs drawn to be given aparliamentary slot to present a Private Members Bill.

 

The NHS Reinstatement Bill will stop and reverse NHS privatisation, nationalise social care and coordinate it with NHS care. It is the only proposal on the table that will prevent the dismantling of the NHS, which is already well underway with USA style Accountable Care Organisations being developed quickly behind closed doors.

 

Please support the NHS (Reinstatement) Bill that has priority to be the bill given to the first MP drawn out of the hat.

 

 

URGENT - CONTACT LABOUR MPs THIS WEEK

 

On Monday (26th June), the Parliamentary Labour Party will discuss the order of possible Labour private members bills.

 

If you have a Labour MP, please ask them to attend this Parliamentary Labour Party discussion and support

Margaret Greenwood’s NHS Bill as the one to be allocated to the Labour MP who comes highest in the ballot for

Private Members Bills.

 

This ballot for the 2017-18 parliamentary session will be held on Thursday 29 June in Committee Room 10 and will be available to watch online on Parliament live.

 

The Ballot Bills have the best chance of becoming law, as they get priority for the limited amount of debating time available. Normally, the first seven ballot Bills are most likely to get a day’s debate. The first reading (formal presentation – no debate) of ballot Bills takes place on the fifth sitting Wednesday of a parliamentary session.

 

The Labour Manifesto announced the Labour Party’s commitment to stopping and reversing NHS privatisation. The NHS Bill is the only piece of legislation on the table that will do this. So please ask your Labour MP to do what you  elected them to do, and tell them you want them to support Margaret Greenwood’s NHS Bill as the one to be allocated to the Labour MP who comes highest in the ballot for Private Members Bills.

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This is part of the deliberate attempt to create a two tier health system, by turning the NHS into a UK version of the US medicare/medicaid system that provides “accountable care” – in other words, predetermined treatment options based on financial considerations.

 

Accountable Care in the USA is for patients who are too poor or too ill to get private health insurance. In the UK its restrictions are designed to drive patients who can afford it, to go private – often while staying within the NHS, as the 2012 Health and Social Care Act allows hospital trusts to earn 49% of their income from private patients.

Let's stop this.

Please write to your Labour MP this weekend.

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