The NHS is an incredible human rights achievement
Published on 29 Nov 2019
It’s been 70 years since the beginning of the National Health Service. We think that’s something to shout about!
The NHS is a historic public system that we, the UK, should pride ourselves on. It is an image of equality, where you can expect to be free from discrimination while using the healthcare service. Today, we spoke to Dr Charlotte Riley about what the NHS embodies for human rights, and why it’s so vital that we continue to fight for its protection so that it may continue to protect us.
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