The General Election campaign trail has seen the main party leaders make headline-grabbing promises on the issues which matter most to Britons - from crime and health to immigration and the economy. Labour has pledged to outspend the Tories by investing an additional £26 billion in the NHS to rebuild “crumbling” hospitals and improve patient care if the party wins the General Election. But Health Secretary Matt Hancock claimed Labour’s plan for a four-day week would cost the NHS a fortune, and said the Tories would “always ensure the NHS is there for you and your family”. Which of the two biggest parties do you trust most to protect and build the NHS? Have your say in our poll.
Q1. Who do you trust the most to help the NHS?
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