Norman Lamb MP joins Bridget on Whittington campaign

9 February, 2010 at 10:26 am Leave a comment

Lib Dem Shadow Health Secretary, Norman Lamb MP joined Bridget Fox today to support the campaign to keep the Whittington hospital’s 24 hour A&E open.

Norman spoke with local campaigners and hospital users about what losing the service would mean to them.

Bridget said: “It was great to have the support of Norman Lamb in Islington today. He is the only front bench health spokesman of any party to back our campaign. Liberal Democrats are united in wanting to put patient care first.

“Norman heard first hand from local people who are campaigning hard to save the Whittington. We are passionate about our NHS. Islington is a 24 hour community and we need a 24 hour A&E. Help our fight to save the Whittington by signing the petition.”

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