House of Commons
HOSPITAL CAR PARKING CHARGES AND FAIRFUELUK SURVEY SUPPORT
EDM #832
Tabled 22 January 2018
2017-19 Session
That this House notes that 95.5 per cent of over 9,000 respondents to a recent FairFuelUK survey were in favour of abolishing car parking charges in NHS hospitals; recognises that hospital car parking charges are a financial burden that affect patients and visitors at an already vulnerable time; further notes that doctors, nurses and staff at NHS hospitals in England are unfairly hit by these charges simply by turning up to work in our public services; and therefore urges the Government to abolish car park charges for patients, visitors and staff at NHS hospitals in England.

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