21 April 2015
The Labour Party has announced today (21 April 2015) its NHS Rescue Plan, which it intends to introduce during the party’s first months in office. The Health Foundation responds.
15 April 2015
We have responded to the Liberal Democrats' manifesto launched today (15 April 2015), where they pledged an extra £8bn a year for the NHS by 2020/21, including an extra £500m for mental health by 2016/17, and the joining up of health and ...
15 April 2015
We have responded to the UKIP manifesto launched today (15 April 2015), which includes promises of an extra £3bn per year for the NHS, and the closure of Monitor and the Care Quality Commission.
14 April 2015
We respond to the Conservative Party manifesto which was launched today (14 April), pledging to give at least an additional £8bn by 2020 over and above inflation to fund and support the NHS Five Year Forward View.
13 April 2015
We respond to the Labour party's manifesto which was launched today (13 April), pledging an extra £2.5bn a year Time to Care fund for the NHS.
11 April 2015
We respond to the Conservative Party pledge today (11 April 2015) to provide £8bn of additional funding for the NHS in England over the next parliament.
31 March 2015
We have responded to the Liberal Democrats' pledge to increase mental health funding to £3.5bn over the next parliament, as part of an annual £8bn to help plug the funding gap by 2020.
30 March 2015
We have responded to the UKIP pledge card, launched 30 March, in which promises an 'extra £3bn for the NHS' per year.
29 March 2015
We have responded to the Conservative Party pledge to give the NHS the £8bn needed to plug the funding gap by 2020, alongside the £22bn the health service will have to find in efficiency savings.
28 March 2015
We have responded to the Conservative Party announcement that it intends to extend NHS hospital services to seven days a week by 2020.