Our Manifesto for Surgery
We are urging the new government to pledge support for the five key recommendations highlighted in our Manifesto for Surgery. We encourage you to email your newly elected MP and ask them to support the Manifesto for Surgery’s recommendations.
The NHS played a leading role in the 2019 general election campaign, with all parties setting out plans to improve access to services. Now that the election has concluded, we are calling on the new government to make good on those promises and:
1. Develop a five-year plan to tackle lengthening waits for operations
2. Abolish the NHS pensions ‘tax trap’
3. Protect patients, staff and standards in future Brexit negotiations
4. Support the recommendations of the Commission on the Future of Surgery
5. Improve the oral health of children and older people
How you can help
Please help us to ensure that your newly elected MP hears about our Manifesto for Surgery by sending them an email and asking for their support. If you have time to add further personalised comments, explaining your views or experience, that will have an even greater impact.
Contact details for your MP can be found on the Parliament website.
Got a question? Get in touch...
If you have any feedback on our Manifesto please get in touch. Please share any replies you receive from candidates with the RCS team at email@example.com
We will endeavour to reply to you as soon as possible. Usually this is within a couple of days. Please note we do not work weekends.
Telephone +44 (0)20 7869 6300 to talk with a member of our course team
We are able to answer calls Monday to Friday, 9am - 5pm
Should you wish to Fax us please use +44(0)20 7869 6320
Our reception desk is on the fourth floor of the main College building. Take one of the lifts opposite the Council Room to the fourth floor, and the reception area is directly in front of you.
The Royal College of Surgeons of England
35-43 Lincolns Inn Fields
London, WC2A 3PE