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Labour pledges to scrap hospital parking fees

How does the manifesto promise stay up?

12 May 2017
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn said raising the tax from 12% to 20% would cover the £162m English hospitals received from car parking charges
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn said raising the tax from 12% to 20% would cover the £162m English hospitals received from car parking charges

 

The cost of parking at hospitals hit the headlines during the General Election when Labour announced it would scrap parking fees at NHS sites in England. Whether or not to charge fees is a decision for individual NHS trusts in England. In contrast, hospital parking fees were abolished in Scotland and Wales in 2008, although a number of hospitals still charge where they have contracts with private parking companies. Parking may be charged for in Northern Ireland.

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