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Abolition Of Nhs Prescription Charges

EDM number 671 in 1991-92, proposed by Dave Nellist on 13/02/1992.

That this House notes the Government has increased prescription charges from 20 pence in 1979 to ú3.40 and now plans to increase them to ú3.75; believes that good health and long life are assets which everyone should have, regardless of ability to pay; and therefore calls for the abolition of National Health Service prescription charges.

This motion has been signed by a total of 26 MPs.

Dave Nellist13/02/1992Coventry South EastProposed
Eddie Loyden14/02/1992Liverpool, GarstonSigned
Jeremy Corbyn14/02/1992Islington NorthSigned
Lawrence Cunliffe14/02/1992LeighSigned
Jimmy Dunnachie14/02/1992Glasgow, PollokSigned
Martin Redmond17/02/1992Don ValleySigned
Dennis Skinner17/02/1992BolsoverSigned
Alan Meale17/02/1992MansfieldSigned
John Battle17/02/1992Leeds WestSigned
Gerry Steinberg18/02/1992Durham, City ofSigned
Ronnie Campbell18/02/1992Blyth ValleySigned
Gordon Oakes18/02/1992HaltonSigned
Terry Lewis18/02/1992WorsleySigned
David Lambie18/02/1992Cunninghame SouthSigned
Max Madden19/02/1992Bradford WestSigned
Robert Parry19/02/1992Liverpool, RiversideSigned
Terry Patchett19/02/1992Barnsley EastSigned
Eric Illsley19/02/1992Barnsley CentralSigned
Alice Mahon19/02/1992HalifaxSigned
Doug Hoyle20/02/1992Warrington NorthSigned
Harry Cohen20/02/1992LeytonSigned
Win Griffiths24/02/1992BridgendSigned
Jack Thompson25/02/1992WansbeckSigned
Tommy Graham27/02/1992Renfrew West and InverclydeSigned
Eddie McGrady02/03/1992South DownSigned
Eric Martlew03/03/1992CarlisleSigned

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