Health Minister Norman Lamb will attend a public meeting in March, to discuss his work on the NHS, social care, and mental health with local residents.
The meeting – arranged by local MP Lynne Featherstone – will take place at 7:15pm on Wednesday 25th March at a venue in Hornsey.
Residents interested in attending should email Lynne Featherstone MP for details.
In Government, the Liberal Democrats have:
- Improved services across the NHS, with 6,000 more doctors, lower waiting times and cancer drugs for 30,000 people.
- Taken mental health seriously, putting £400m extra into early support.
- Introduced the first ever cap on the cost of social care, so people don’t have to sell their home to pay for their care.
The Liberal Democrats are the only party to have pledged an extra £8bn in NHS funding if they are in Government after May.
Lynne Featherstone MP commented:
“Liberal Democrats believe that the NHS should always remain free at the point of delivery. In Government, Norman Lamb and his team have protected the NHS budget and put mental health on the agenda.
“I’m very much looking forward to welcoming Norman to the constituency, and hearing about the work he has done to protect the NHS, improve social care, and to ensure that mental health is on the same platform as physical health.
“The meeting is open to the public – if you’re interested in attending, please contact me!”