campaign to save the NHS — MPs to vote on the release of hidden report

The following message from the 38 Degrees team was received earlier today. It again encourages people to urgently lobby their MPs to demand the release of a hidden civil service report:

This Wednesday, there’s a crunch NHS vote in Parliament. MPs will vote on whether to demand the publication of a secret government report into the risks facing the NHS. That could be another nail in the coffin of Andrew Lansley’s plans — so let’s pile the pressure on our MPs to vote the right way.

Right now, Andrew Lansley is in a tricky position to defend. He wants MPs and Lords to back his plans for the NHS. But he’s refusing to let them find out what the risks are. If we work together to put our MPs under pressure, there’s a decent chance they’ll refuse to do Lansley’s dirty work for him.

This vote could go either way — send your MP an email asking them to back publishing the secret report — it takes two minutes:
https://secure.38degrees.org.uk/nhs-risk-report

The vote will take place on Wednesday afternoon. That means we’ve got just over 48 hours to convince enough MPs to vote to publish the secret report. The more of us that email our MPs right now, the more likely we are to succeed.

38 Degrees members, doctors, nurses and academics have all been warning for ages that Lansley’s plans put our health service at risk. We know there’s a secret report that could prove that we’re right — so let’s work together to get this report published before it’s too late.

Write to your MP and tell them to vote the right way at the risk report debate on Wednesday:
https://secure.38degrees.org.uk/nhs-risk-report

Thanks for being involved,

David, Johnny, Hannah, Marie, Cian, Becky and the 38 Degrees team

38 degrees first campaigned on the same issue back in November.

Click here to learn more about their initial call for its release and for more details about the secret report itself.

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