UKIP's NHS policies explained by consultant radiologist Dr John Hyslop

Published May 04, 2015

Dr John Hyslop has worked at the Royal Cornwall Hospital, where he set up the scanning and ultrasound services for the county, as a consultant radiologist since 1985. He is now standing for UKIP in Truro and Falmouth. Here he explain UKIP's policies for our NHS:

He says "UKIP’s NHS policy will add three billion per year to front line services, tackle health tourism, reverse and buy out the privatisation schemes implemented by the last two governments and scrap parking charges at hospitals for visitors and staff.

"UKIP will keep our National Health Service free at the point of delivery for all UK residents, and will never charge you to see your GP."

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