David Cameron tours Lister hospital

DURING a visit to Lister, Conservative leader David Cameron urged Comet readers to have their say in the battle to keep emergency services at the hospital. On Friday, Mr Cameron took a tour of a ward at Lister, met with staff and patients and had an infor

DURING a visit to Lister, Conservative leader David Cameron urged Comet readers to have their say in the battle to keep emergency services at the hospital.

On Friday, Mr Cameron took a tour of a ward at Lister, met with staff and patients and had an informal meeting with union nurses.

In an exclusive interview with The Comet, he spoke of his concern at plans to centralise acute and emergency service at either Lister or the QEII.

He said: "People feel let down and are understandably concerned. I think they should make their views heard. Its important people use this time to make their opinions known.


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