Politicians campaigning to be voted into the House of Commons for Workington have called for changes in the way the NHS is financed.
In a debate for BBC Radio Cumbria, Clark Vasey, the Conservative candidate said: "We need a new deal on how we deliver services. We are all tax payers, we pay for the NHS. The way that those services are delivered should be delivered in a way that reflects the community."
Phil Roberts, who's standing for the Liberal Democrats said that changes were needed, but more money was required now: "In the interim we are recommending that we have a 1p tax increase to fund the £6bn that we want to put into health and social care."
George Kemp, for UKIP, said replacing agency staff with permanent employees would save a lot of money: "I think it's a big thing that we try to get rid of the locums and employ full tikme doctors and nurses."
But Roy Ivinson, who's standing as an Independent, said: "All the big parties say they're going to put more and more money in; the solution is to look at why the demand is taking place."
You can hear the programme again on the iPlayer here, or at 18:00 this evening.
The Labour candidate, Sue Hayman, did not take part in the recording because of her duties in the shadow cabinet, and could not provide an alternative.