Jamie Reed Pledges to Put Public’s Questions to Government
West Cumbrian MP, Jamie Reed has secured a debate on NHS services in Cumbria. The debate will be held in Westminster Hall on Wednesday 4th May at 11am.
During the debate, Jamie Reed has pledged to put the public’s questions direct to Government Ministers. He is inviting members of the public to email questions they want answering to Jamie.firstname.lastname@example.org.
In addition to the questions from the public, Jamie Reed is expected to raise the ongoing recruitment crisis, the increasing pressure on services, the uncertainty around the Phase 2 of the redevelopment of West Cumberland Hospital and will call upon the Government to commit to providing the Success Regime with the funding that is necessary to allow that process to succeed.
Copeland MP, Jamie Reed said:
“As a community, we have been fighting for our health services for a long time: to retain, to improve and to make sustainable our key services. As part of this, I have secured a debate in Parliament to discuss these issues directly with the Government. This debate will take place on Wednesday 4th May at 11am.
“As with the whole campaign, this debate is about our community and so I need your help. Are there any questions you want to ask the Government? Do you have any concerns you want me to raise? Email me and I will put your questions to the Government.
“The challenges we face are well documented, but it is time for the Government to stand up and play their part. This debate will give me the chance to bring your questions directly to the Government.”