I was involved in a near fatal car crash (as a passenger) and received life saving treatment and various therapies from the NHS, that Labour created, and that Labour continue to fully support.
Under the Tories would I still be alive? Would there still be an NHS hospital in existence? If so, would it be willing to take someone of \'my type\' (having no medical insurance) without plunging my nearest and dearest in to lifelong debt? If the answer would be \'yes\' to any of the above under a Tory regime I would be *flabbergasted*.
There are some hospitals being closed (times change/buildings get old.) Medical technology becomes more advanced, treatments get better and faster; there are more nurses and more care for people in their own homes..
But don't try to tell us you are supporting the NHS David, it won't ever wash. We suffered Tory times. We witnessed the decimation of communities (which still bear the scars..) We witnessed the low investment, cuts in maintenence...
Now you're just making me laugh.