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The NHS is one of the best health services in the world, but right now it is at breaking point.
Politicians must commit to a long-term funding solution for the NHS.
Politicians must take urgent action to improve the health of the population and reverse cuts to public health.
Politicians must commit to stabilise general practice in the face of soaring demand, a critical shortage of GPs and excessive bureaucracy.
Politicians must address the pressures across the healthcare system that prevent the delivery of high-quality, safe care.
Politicians must ensure the health service is a priority during Brexit negotiations.
See our 5 asks of government from the BMA manifesto
Billion pounds funding mismatch between resources and patient needs in England by 2020/21
Billion pounds deficits facing NHS trusts
Billion pounds needed in capital spend to deliver Sustainability and Transformation Plans (STPs)
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The key issues which we highlight in the BMA manifesto have been widely covered across national and our own media channels.
Read the media highlights
Read our digital feature on the crucial issues facing the NHS.
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