It’s the 70th anniversary of the NHS. And it’s our job to make sure that it thrives for the next 70 years – and beyond.
That’s why we’ve got a long-term plan to support it.
We’ll be giving the NHS an extra £20.5 billion a year by 2023-24. Cutting waste. Helping to improve survival rates for cancer patients. And delivering better mental health services.
All of us, whatever our income, deserve access to world-class healthcare. Not just now – but for generations to come. And our investment in the NHS will make that possible.
We’ll fund our plan in two ways.
The money we now send to the EU will go to the NHS.
And as a country taxpayers will have to contribute a bit more for the NHS in a fair and balanced way.
Prime Minister and Leader of the Conservative Party