Andrew George MP backs the NHS Bill

Andrew George, the Liberal Democrat MP for St Ives, has been a key supporter of the NHS Reinstatement Bill.

On 11th March 2015, Andrew George MP and Green Party MP Caroline Lucas co-sponsored the National Health Service Bill – the NHS Bill – when it was tabled in the House of Commons. The NHS Bill was based on the second version of the NHS Reinstatement Bill.

“There are many risks which need to be dealt with. The public sector ethos of the NHS is at risk. The current dynamics and structures within the NHS means that the risk of fragmentation has been heightened. The private sector is camped on the front lawn of core NHS services, preying on the NHS and cherry picking its easiest and most profitable services.

“The last thing the NHS needs now is yet another top down reorganisation. The NHS Reinstatement Bill provides a good basis for a better direction of travel for the NHS.”

Andrew George MP, 11 March 2015

3 - Student nurses with Andrew George Caroline Lucas and Peter Roderick

Andrew George MP, alongside Caroline Lucas MP, and barrister Peter Roderick (co-author of the NHS Reinstatement Bill), talking to student nurses on the day the NHS Bill was presented to parliament.


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