Politics, Health and Welfare Essay by JULESinManchester

Politics, Health and Welfare
A look at the influence of political agenda on health & welfare policy.
# 61369 | 2,718 words | 6 sources | MLA | 2003 | GB

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The paper discusses how political agenda can affect policy. It discusses a selection of health and welfare policies that appear to have political motivations before trying to establish the extent to which politics influences policy. The paper focuses on examples in British political and health history.

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"Britain is considered to be a liberal-democracy, whereby individuals select to vote for a candidate whose beliefs and values reflect their own (or, due to limited choice, are closest). The party who are seen to represent the majority or have the most votes (these are not necessarily the same thing) are then expected to lead the government forward and to develop policy in accordance with the values set out in their manifesto and in the interests of the public."

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