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Derbyshire NHS bosses to cut £51m

September 4, 2018 12:19 PM

The NHS in Derbyshire has been told to save £51 million from its budget.

Lib Dem Derby North spokesperson Barry Holliday said "In the snap General Election last year the Conservatives promised to protect the NHS. Instead cuts are undermining the excellent work done by NHS staff here in Derbyshire. This shows that the NHS isn't safe in Conservative hands.

"Corbyn's Labour offer no real alternative. They would spend millions the NHS needs on renationalising water and rail.

"The only course of action to save our wonderful NHS is the Lib Dem policy of a 1p in the £ rise on income tax spent solely on health and social care."

For more information go to www.libdems.org.uk/health