Is the NHS being 'weaponised' for the General Election? Healthcare comms experts give their verdict

As the general election campaign heats up and political parties compete with each other to present the most attractive policy platforms, the UK's most cherished institution - the NHS - is in danger of being 'weaponised' for political purposes, health chiefs warn.

by Ian Griggs
Are political parties 'weaponising' the NHS? Yes, and it's inevitable, say health comms professionals (pic credit: iStock/Getty Images Plus)
Are political parties 'weaponising' the NHS? Yes, and it's inevitable, say health comms professionals (pic credit: iStock/Getty Images Plus)

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