The National Health Action Party is a registered political party in the UK. We formed in May 2012 in response to the Health & Social Care Act which effectively ended the existence of the NHS as a nationalised, publicly-provided service. Despite focusing on health, we have a range of policies in areas affecting health, such as housing, education, transport, and women's equality. We call for a fairer economy and for political reform. We have put forward candidates at several national elections, including the 2014 European Elections and the 2015 and 2017 General Elections.
- Why We Need The National Health Action Party
- Our Constitution and Documents
- Our Executive Team
- Contact Us
Our Core Aims
- To campaign on the social determinants of health, for improved public health and for a healthier society.
- To campaign for a high quality, publicly funded, publicly provided and publicly accountable NHS which will entail:
- renationalisation in order to regain a universal and comprehensive National Health Service,
- opposition to privatisation, especially to profit-based companies,
- adequate funding and staffing for the NHS, so as to achieve optimal cost effective health and social care
- To campaign for our positive vision for the NHS and social care.
- To work towards a fairer, more accountable political system with greater democratic involvement of the people, especially by making evidence-based information easily accessible to all.
- To call for greater investment in public services, and campaign against the privatisation of public services and government austerity policies.