RESHUFFLE: Gwynne retains important Shadow Health role

photoDenton and Reddish MP Andrew Gwynne has retained his position as a Shadow Health Minister in the 2013 Labour Opposition Reshuffle.

Commenting on the announcement, Andrew Gwynne MP said:

“I am absolutely delighted to have been asked by Ed Miliband to remain in Labour’s Shadow Health team.  It’s been great to work alongside Andy Burnham for the past two years and in that time we have developed a crucial policy on integrating health and social care into a new ‘National health and care service’ fit for the 21st century, and we have also been clear: we will repeal the Tories’ Health and Social Care Act, which is dismantling our NHS by stealth.

“In the run up to the 2015 General Election, health is going to be a major battleground between two conflicting visions: a Tory ‘private’ free-for-all or a renewed NHS based on whole-person care under Labour. I’m now looking forward to that campaign!”

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