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Division Details - Commons Main Chamber

18:59, 28 June 2017, Division 1: Health, Social Care and Security

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I inform the House that I have selected amendment (i) in the name of the Leader of the Opposition.

Pre Vote

This is the difference between the two parties. The Labour party wants to use the NHS as a political football. We want to make it better for patients, and that means difficult decisions to grow the economy so that we can fund the NHS, and difficult decisions to raise standards. The party of the NHS, however, is not the party that uses it to milk votes; it is the party that fights to make it better for patients. That is why it is the Conservative party that is making those difficult decisions. It is the Conservative party that is on the side of patients. It is the Conservative party that is seeing the highest standards of care for cancer, mental health conditions, strokes, heart attacks and nearly every major disease category that we have ever seen in the history of the NHS. It is the Conservative party, not the Labour party, that is the party of the NHS.

Question put, That the amendment be made.

Ayes - 309


Noes - 323