I’ll send you a text nexium 40 mg capsule prospect One of the most depressing experiences in politics is to listen to a focus group discuss Labour and the NHS. Time after time, the voters’ attitude is simple: unconditional praise. No matter how bad the health service’s performance, there is a feeling that it is safest in the hands of the party that created it. Apart from a short period in the run-up to the 2010 election, Labour has comfortably outstripped other parties on the issue in the polls, to the extent that it currently enjoys a 30-point lead. The NHS is such an electoral asset that Ed Miliband is expected to make it a central part of his campaign to be Prime Minister – not least because he lags so badly on so many other issues, such as economic competence and personal credibility.