Have Your Say map: NHS at 60

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On 5 July 1948 the National Health Service was brought into existence, making free public health care available to all, funded by the tax system.

The NHS is a hot topic at election time. How to fund, run and modernise the health service is a thorny issue that successive governments have tackled with mixed results.

As part of Newsnight's coverage, you can tell us what the NHS means to you.

In the run-up to the anniversary we want to know about the NHS in your area. What are the issues that are most important to you? What are your experiences of the NHS?

The map is part of a trial to find new ways of showing comments sent in by our readers.

Did you like this map? Tell us what you think here.




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