Today in the U.K. we have a new young Prime Minister, David Cameron. Last night David and his lovely wife Samantha entered number 10 Downing Street as new residents.
David is the youngest prime minister in nearly 200 years at the age of 43 and successor to Gordon Brown, who resigned as prime minister and leader of the Labour Party.
Having formed a ‘proper and full coalition’ with Nick Clegg, leader of the Liberal Democrats what will this mean for the health and wealth of the British people and all those residing in the UK?
With uncertainty about policies and ‘combined’ manifestos, especially tax, how will this affect the increasing demands our health service? Will we see a government more pro-active in improving the health of the nation, getting people in employment healthy and happy in their place of work? Will the provision be made to aid people back to work from being off sick to add to the stability of the country? What help will be provided for those who care for the sick and those in need? Will we have any money for research and development with regard to improving nutrition, health and wellbeing? Health is wealth but to what extent will this be embraced by our new coalition government?
What are your thoughts?