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National Health Action part fact file

PUBLISHED: 10:00 29 November 2012

Co-leader Dr Richard Taylor (foreground) at the official launch of the party outside the Houses of Parliament earlier this month

Co-leader Dr Richard Taylor (foreground) at the official launch of the party outside the Houses of Parliament earlier this month

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What do we know about the National Health Action (NHA) party?

The National Health Action aims to put up 50 candidates at the next general election to campaign against the Health and Social Care Act, which the party claims will allow the NHS in England to be broken up and sold off.

Co-leaders are former hospital consultant and MP Richard Taylor, who was an independent politician in Wyre Forest in the West Midlands, and co-chairman of the NHS Consultants’ Association Dr Clive Peedell.

They welcome members from all walks of life, not just NHS professionals.


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