Health and Social Care

If you have written to Nigel as part of a standard-letter campaign, such as those from 38 Degrees, you can find his responses on the issues here.

January 2018 – Accountable Care Organisations and EDM 660

Thank you for contacting me about Accountable Care Organisations (ACOs) and Early Day Motion 660. By convention I do not sign EDMs, but I appreciate your […]

January 2018 – Postnatal Mental Illness

Thank you for contacting me about postnatal mental health. Protecting perinatal mental health is a key priority, and it is integral to both the Better Births […]

January 2018 – Bowel Cancer and EDM 617

Thank you for contacting me about bowel cancer and Early Day Motion 617. By convention I do not sign EDMs, however I appreciate your concerns as […]

January 2018 – Cancer Diagnoses

Thank you very much for contacting me about improving outcomes for cancer sufferers and World Cancer Day. I can assure you that this is a major […]

December 2017 – Care and support for disabled children

Thank you for contacting me about the Disabled Children’s Partnership’s campaign ‘The Secret Life of Us’. I am determined that disabled children and their families in […]

November 2017 – Breastfeeding

Thank you for contacting me about infant feeding. I recognise that breastfeeding is a personal choice for each woman to make and that not all mothers […]

November 2017 – NHS Funding (38 Degrees Report)

Thank you for contacting me about future NHS funding. I believe fully in the NHS and its values, and I would like to assure you that […]

October 2017 – Mental Health & Use of Restraints

Thank you for contacting me about mental health. I agree that tackling poor mental health must be a priority and Ministers have legislated to treat it […]

October 2017 – Hospital Transport for the Elderly

Thank you for contacting me about hospital transport for elderly people. I understand that this issue is affecting ever more people as our society ages, and […]

October 2017 – Motor Neurone Disease

Thank you for contacting me about support for people with motor neurone disease (MND). I understand that MND is a devastating disease which can be difficult […]