Green Party unveils ambitious NHS investment plan ahead of General Election

The Green Party has previewed its upcoming manifesto with a bold proposal for the National Health Service (NHS) and social care system, promising an
unprecedented level of investment to restore and enhance these critical services.

By 2030, the Greens aim to inject over £50 billion annually into health and social care, accompanied by an additional £20 billion capital investment to modernise
healthcare infrastructure.

Green Party Co-Leader Adrian Ramsay emphasised the urgency of these reforms, stating, “Our NHS is at breaking point following 14 years of underfunding.”

“Patients are stuck in hospital corridors, people can’t see their GP or NHS dentist when they need to, and staff are severely overstretched.”

The manifesto highlights a comprehensive approach to revitalising the NHS, including: