People's History of the NHS


‘Britain isn’t getting any better’

Both recognising and challenging the now-established public perception of affinity between the NHS and the Labour party, the Conservative Party fought the 1978-9 general election campaign in part by attacking Labour's claims to be the party best able to protect the NHS. This poster, and especially its more famous cousin 'Labour isn't working', would have enduring resonance.

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