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THE BIG QUESTION.

Byline: Edited by FIONA PARKER

Every day we'll be asking your opinion on one of Britain's big talking points. You can have your say and vote at mirror.co.uk

NHS executive Sir Thomas Hughes-Hallet is heading a plan to recruit more than 150,000 unpaid volunteers in order to reduce pressure on the beleaguered health service.

Will volunteers solve our NHS crisis?

YES 25%

NO 75%

Yes. If it's limited to low-level menial responsibilities then I don't see why not.

JULIAN O'NEAL

No. Who can afford to do unpaid work? If you can find 150,000 people willing and able, I'll eat my hat.

RACHEL ROONEY

Yes. We're all in this together. As long as it's just a stopgap.

ANNA CARMELO

No. The Government is scrabbling and, as usual, wants to manipulate the public into solving a mess IT created.

DAVE CLARENCE

Yes. Desperate times require desperate measures. If this is what it takes to steady the ship, then so be it.

MICHON BENAZAR

No. Ridiculous idea. The NHS isn't a PTA bake sale where you can rope folks in to help for free. We're dealing with people's health here.

BETHANY RANDALL

To have your say, go to Mirror.co.uk

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Date:Dec 11, 2017
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