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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.
John Puntis, Co-Chair of Keep Our NHS Public explains why Leeds Keep Our NHS Public will be protesting the the winter crisis this Saturday 15th February, as part of our Winter Crisis Day of Action.Leeds […]
Here A&E Nurse, Mark Boothroyd explains why it’s vital we make the Winter Crisis Day of Action a success: As winter takes hold, A&E staff around the country are bracing for the worst time of […]
Keep Our NHS Public are committed to raising awareness of cuts to mental health services which have tragic consequences. To this end our impending Mental Health Crisis Summit in London on 28th September ran in […]
The Good Food Chain, the company at the heart of the listeria-contaminated sandwich scandal that caused the death of patients, has gone into liquidation. But the story does not end here. They were only a […]
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 […]