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Liberal Democrat 2024 election manifesto: What it says on NHS, cost of living and immigration

The Liberal Democrats have launched their general election manifesto, with promises to invest in health and care, tackle sewage in British waters and repair the UK’s “broken relationship” with Europe. The party has also promised a 'fair, effective' immigration system.

The Lib Dems want to cut energy bills, tackle rising food prices and get mortgage rates under control, according to the manifesto. The document published today (June 10) also commits to maintaining the triple lock on the state pension, as other parties have promised.

It comes as the big political parties publish their general manifestos this week. The Conservatives are set to launch their manifesto on Tuesday (June 11), with the Greens revealing their's on Wednesday (June 12), followed by Labour's launch on Thursday (June 13).

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Nigel Farage's Reform UK will release its 'contract with the people' in full on June 17. George Galloway's Workers Party of Britain has already published its manifesto.

Here are the main headlines from the Lib Dem manifesto.

The Lib Dem manifesto promises everyone in England “the right to see a GP within seven days, or within 24 hours if they urgently need to”. The announcement, which promises 8,000 more GPs, was trailed by the party ahead of the manifesto launch as part of a £9.4bn package for the NHS and social care in England, paid for by hiking taxes for banks and closing finance loopholes used by the super-rich.

The Liberal Democrats also want to guarantee access to NHS dentistry for those in need of urgent care, and promise to improve early access to mental health services by establishing new hubs for young people in every community and