Cameron: All hospitals in England will provide “a truly seven-day NHS” by 2020

“With a future Conservative Government, we would have a truly seven-day NHS.”
Speaking at the Conservative party’s spring forum in Manchester in March 2015, David Cameron promised that “everyone will have access to the NHS services they need, 7 days a week by 2020”.

Mr Cameron added: “For years it’s been too hard to access the NHS out of hours. But illness doesn’t respect working hours.”

“Heart attacks, major accidents, babies – these things don’t just come from nine to five.”

From the Conservative manifesto: “Our commitment to you: ensure you can see a GP and receive the hospital care you need, 7 days a week by 2020.”


David Cameron: Tories will create a 'truly seven-day' NHS (The Telegraph)

Election 2015: Cameron promises 'seven-day NHS' by 2020 (BBC News)

Cameron Gets Personal In Miliband Attack (Sky News)



Aides said that the Prime Minister will make a “seven-day NHS” a “key priority” if the Conservatives win the general election on May 7. (The Telegraph)


The British Medical Association (BMA) has said there is a lack of funding to fulfil the promise. (Sky News)

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