Yesterday, for the first time, 15 cross-party MPs stood up in Parliament to debate how Brexit will impact our NHS. That debate was on the agenda because More United's supporters put it there.
5,000 supporters and 46 MPs from 5 parties have worked together to secure a debate in Parliament about how Brexit will impact the NHS.
More United is launching its first large-scale campaign to get the Government to address the impact Brexit will have on NHS staffing.
Back in April and May, when More United's members voted on which candidates to back in the General Election, an eagerness for working across party lines was one of the main criteria in that selection process. Since then, these MPs have been putting cross-party collaboration into practice at every opportunity.