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The next government will have a duty to introduce measures which protect the health of current and future generations and reduce health inequalities. These include upstream policy measures which are proven to be effective and cost effective. UKHF has called for any new government to prioritise public health, increase resources and investment in the prevention of chronic diseases, and develop safeguards to help protect public health policy making from conflicting commercial interests. UKHF is not party political and does not support individual candidate or parties.

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is a charitable alliance of professional and public interest organisations working to reduce the risk of avoidable non-communicable diseases (NCDs) by developing evidence-based public health policy and supporting its implementation through advocacy and information provision.

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