Join the campaign for full public funding of our NHS
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 Lister, Jacky Davis (eds.). The Merlin Press Limited, Dagenham, 2022 www.merlinpress.co.uk This book should be read by anyone interested in both defending and rebuilding the NHS and in addressing health inequity as a matter […]
Violent incidents at GP surgeries have doubled in the last 5 years. Recently, a patient at my surgery stood in the waiting room, shouting at reception staff while waving their facemask around – their aerosols […]
The SOS NHS demands: Approve emergency funding of £20 billion to save lives this winter Invest in a fully publicly owned NHS & guarantee free healthcare for future generations Pay staff properly: without fair pay, […]
While NHS resources are facing a renewed and tightening financial squeeze in Rishi Sunak’s newly-imposed austerity, the limited funds available are more likely than ever to be diverted to paying for services in private hospitals […]
On Saturday, over 85 protests happened up and down the country demanding emergency funding for the NHS, proper pay for health, care and support workers and a fully public NHS. In the current political climate […]