Aneira Thomas, named after the founder of the NHS, talks about the UK’s health service and what’s happening to it – and it’s unmissable
The first baby ever born in the NHS has made a video about the UK’s national treasure and its impact on her life – and the lives of all of us.
Aneira Thomas, who was named after NHS founder Aneurin Bevan and along with her sisters became a nurse – and whose children work in the NHS – talks passionately about the UK’s and Labour’s greatest achievement – and her fears for its future.
It’s unmissable and unforgettable. Share everywhere – and vote Labour:
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