In recent years, Norman Lamb is best known for his incredible tenacity in challenging underperformance in the health system. His sustained and dedicated campaigning was the driving force behind changes to the social care system, resulting in the piloting of The Care Act - the most significant reform of care and support in more than 60 years.
How More United supports Norman
As part of the coalition he supported the Government’s work to create more apprenticeships for young people.
Norman is one of the UK's most tireless mental health campaigners, well known and respected for his work both inside and outside politics. He has spoken openly about how the suicide of his sister and his son's experience of mental illness led him to advocate for greater awareness and better care provision.
Committed to the principle of cross-party cooperation and collaboration, Norman has recently been working with MU-backed MP Liz Kendall (Labour) and MP Sarah Wollaston (Conservative) to address the considerable challenges facing the NHS and social care system. They have called on the Government to establish a cross-party convention to find a sustainable, long-term solution to these challenges.