Leeds residents to have their say on future of the NHS in public debate

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An NHS question time event in Leeds is set to give residents the chance to quiz politicians.

The event, organised by Leeds Hospital Alert (LHA) and Keep Our NHS Public, will take place at Oxford Place Chapel in Leeds city centre on Wednesday April 15 from 7pm to 9pm.

The debate will include representatives from all the main political parties, who will each explain their plans for the NHS going forward.

The pre-election event is aimed at giving residents of the city the opportunity to have their voices heard.

Maureen Idle, of LHA, said: “The NHS touches all our lives, from A&E to GPs, appointments and mental health services. We know people feel strongly about these issues so we’re expecting a really lively debate.”

Visit www.leedshospitalalert.org.uk for information.

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