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Labour promises a cap on life expectancy

Appealing to the right of his party, a spokesmen explained: ‘We can improve upon the Government’s record of making people ill. Rather than settle for a poorly funding NHS and an increasingly carcinogenic environment, Labour would tackle the underlying causes of health.

'We need to put an end to this entitlement culture, where everyone assumes that they deserve to live. Priority care will be given to those who have contributed longest; therefore, children under five years would not be eligible for health. We will offer a distinctive choice between dead and deader’.


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