Jeremy Corbyn. His Labour Party is “for the many – not the few” – and his policies make this clear.

This Writer, as a resident of Wales who must travel to England to attend hospital appointments for an ill partner (Mrs Mike), welcomes Jeremy Corbyn’s announcement.

But let’s put it in perspective – it is only one of many great announcements about the NHS.

Let’s have a look:

If you see a Tory, remind them: The NHS is better under Labour.

Labour will end car parking charges at NHS England hospitals by raising insurance tax on private healthcare to 20%, Jeremy Corbyn has said.

He vowed a Labour government would make parking free for patients, visitors and NHS staff, with the £160m annual cost of the policy paid for by the insurance increase.

Last month, a freedom of information request by the union Unison revealed some hospitals are charging staff, including nurses struggling with low wages, nearly £100 a month to park, resulting in reports of nurses having to rush out between appointments to move their cars to avoid fines.

Source: Labour will end hospital car parking charges in England, says Corbyn | Politics | The Guardian

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