Norman Lamb

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Our NHS and care services are surviving on borrowed time. Unless the government gets to grips with this funding crisis, the quality of patient care will suffer in the years ahead.feedback
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Oct 09 2017
This page is completely dedicated to what Norman Lamb has to say. All of Norman Lamb’s quotes are organized here by date and topic. The most recent quote attributed to Norman Lamb came from an article called Royal Cornwall hospital put in special measures after patient deaths: “It is deeply concerning for patients and the public in Cornwall that the CQC has identified failings on this scale. The range and extent of the issues identified is really shocking. The public in Cornwall has a right to know whether these serious safety failures are due to incompetent leadership or whether the impossible financial and workforce pressures facing the NHS played a part.”.
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Norman Lamb quotes

Jul 18 2017

It's easy to condemn the producers, but the vast majority of people [in the UK] eat meat. We need to have a national debate about whether we can justify the methods to deliver. I can choose between organic meat and cheap meat, but people on low incomes might struggle to make that choice within their weekly budgets.feedback

Jul 18 2017 - Brexit

We need new and robust domestic regulations to meet the emerging landscape and take the place of EU legislation post-Brexit.feedback

May 30 2017

You've basically changed your mind about everything. An EU negotiator would conclude that you are a blowhard who collapses at the first sign of gunfire.feedback

May 28 2017 - Conservative and Unionist Party

Theresa May must stop flip-flopping and do what her party had committed to, implement a £72,000 cap on care. Conservative plans for a dementia tax are cruel and not properly thought through. It shows Theresa May is taking people for granted.feedback

May 17 2017 - Conservative and Unionist Party

Instead of £350m a week for the NHS, under the Conservatives we've seen the health service being gradually run into the ground. The NHS cannot take five years of a Conservative landslide that would give Theresa May free rein to cut services further at your local hospital.feedback

May 13 2017

This is potentially the worst NHS crisis for decades. It is going to take some time before the full scale of this becomes clear.feedback

May 06 2017

The NHS was once the envy of the world and this pledge is the first step in restoring it to where it should be. A penny on the pound to save the NHS is money well spent in our view.feedback

May 01 2017

It is scandalous that much of the additional funding for children's mental health secured by the Liberal Democrats in 2015 is not getting through.feedback

May 01 2017

Until the government commits to providing more long-term funding for health and social care, this mental health crisis will not be tackled.feedback

Apr 09 2017 - Immigration

We need an immigration system that gives our NHS the skills it needs; not a draconian cut in numbers that would make British patients worse off.feedback

Apr 09 2017 - Immigration

Our NHS, which is already undergoing great strain, would collapse without the hard work of the tens of thousands of migrants who work in it. We should be celebrating their work, not plotting new ways to make it harder for them to come here. A crackdown on immigration would mean fewer doctors and nurses in our hospitals, a crisis in general practice, and fewer staff in the care homes looking after our ageing population. With the NHS already facing a shortfall of 42,000 nurses, and record numbers of GP practices shutting down, a migration crackdown is the last thing we need.feedback

Apr 06 2017

There is a pressing need for a national, cross-party discussion about how we can afford a modern, efficient, and effective health and care system. I once again urge the prime minister to begin such a process. We must face up to the scale of this challenge, and to the possibility that we might have to pay a little more in tax to ensure that everyone gets the high-quality healthcare they should expect.feedback

Mar 08 2017

It falls massively short of what the Health Foundation has said is necessary. The result will be an increase in the number of people going without the care they need which will put more pressure on the NHS, more people ending up unnecessarily in hospital – it gives sticking plasters a bad name.feedback

Mar 07 2017 - Fake news

The prime minister now has serious questions to answer after she stood at the despatch box and called suggestions of a sweetheart deal 'alternative facts.feedback

Mar 04 2017

Social care is at crisis point and struggling to cope, leaving more than a million elderly and disabled people with unmet care needs. There is a pressing moral duty to address this.feedback

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