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The public has been served admirably by our excellent NHS through difficult times. But now the NHS is hanging on by its finger-tips.
Since 2010 the NHS has suffered its worst funding reduction ever, and it is expected the shortfall will rise to £26 billion by the end of 2020/21. Waiting lists are rising and already there have been an estimated 120,000 excess deaths as a result of these cuts since 2010.
Our resource cabinet has facts, figures and campaigning resources about NHS funding.
This Mental Health Awareness Week Keep Our NHS Public, Mental Health – Time for Action and Health Campaigns Together are launching the Mental Health Crisis Summit. Chronic underfunding has pushed mental health services to the brink, and […]
While working in NHS mental health is important and rewarding, in a climate of NHS cuts, privatisation and austerity, it’s an uphill battle to provide the care so urgently needed writes Dr Mona Kamal Despite […]
Figures from NHS England released today back up the concerns of staff on the frontline that conditions are deteriorating in emergency departments and trusts across the UK. The report shows that due to underfunding and […]
“The whole agitation has a nasty taste. Instead of rejoicing at the opportunity to practise a civilised principle, Conservatives have tried to exploit the most disreputable emotions in this among many other attempts to discredit […]
Is the winter crisis a new phenomenon? A winter crisis in the NHS may not be an entirely new phenomenon, but the severity of it is. 2012-13 saw the first reports of a winter crisis, […]