At a glance – our simple interactive chart shows the political parties’ plans for YOUR health services

With the general election now less than 48 hours away, pledges and promises have come thick and fast from every party. 

They come as public satisfaction with the health service, hit hard by Covid, is at its lowest since records began 40 years ago.

More than a million appointments and operations have been cancelled because of a seemingly never-ending wave of NHS strikes that kicked off in 2022, exacerbating delays. 

The crisis has even seen some patients opt to cash in pensions and raid family savings to go private in a bid to beat lengthy NHS queues. 

Labour‘s 131-page manifesto has vowed to tackle NHS waiting lists, the never-ending dental appointment crisis and failing maternity care. Two in three maternity units in England are deemed not safe enough.

Sir Keir Starmer has insisted Labour will ‘return to meeting NHS performance standards’, double the number of cancer scanners and add 8,500 new NHS mental health staff.

The Conservatives, meanwhile, have pledged to provide 2.5million more NHS dental appointments, cut cancer waiting times and ban disposable e-cigs completely.

Rishi Sunak’s party has also promised to build or modernise 250 GP surgeries should it triumph at the election. 

Sir Ed Davey’s Liberal Democrats have vowed to prioritise mental health support and give everyone the right to see their GP within seven days.

Meanwhile, Nigel Farage’s Reform UK, is offering 20 per cent tax relief on private healthcare and insurance to encourage more people to use alternatives to the NHS.

And the Greens have pledged to increase England’s NHS budget by £8billion in the first year, with an additional £28billion by 2030. 

So, struggling to keep up with which party is pledging what on health? 

MailOnline has put together handy tool below to show what each major political party plans to do with your health services…