Health at heart of UK general election: Conservatives, Labour vow to fix NHS

In the run-up to the UK’s general election on July 4, the state of the country’s National Health Service (NHS) is a key campaign theme. Satisfaction with the NHS is at its lowest in 40 years and the same is true of social care. Both the ruling Conservatives and the opposition Labour Party are promising to increase funding for the NHS. One business-led social organisation in the UK, Business for Health, advocates for stronger investments in preventative health, especially in the workplace. This could end up reducing the stress on the NHS. Charles Pellegrin speaks to its founder and CEO, Tina Woods.

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