Renationalising our NHS will require legislative change
Keep Our NHS Public supports efforts to overturn the highly damaging 2011 Health and Social Care Act with alternative legislation. The National Health Service Bill 2016-17 (often known as the NHS Reinstatement Bill) – put before Parliament as a Private Members’ Bill, seeks to do this.
The authors of the bill, academic barrister Peter Roderick and Professor Allyson Pollock created the bill to restore the NHS back to its full stature as a public service and reverse the current privatisation that is wrecking it. The NHS Bill is a legal solution to the current problems facing the NHS after more than 25 years of legislation seeking to break it apart.
Find out more on the Campaign for the NHS Reinstatement Bill website and in our resource cabinet.
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People’s Covid Inquiry
With more than 150,000 deaths from COVID-19 Keep Our NHS Public believes the public deserves to know how and why this has happened. That is why we launched the People’s Covid Inquiry, along with a […]
We’ve got the Tories rattled
Conservative Parliamentary Candidates have been ordered to not sign pledges to defend the NHS from trade deals and privatisation. This is despite nearly a million of you signing our petition to keep Donald Trump’s hands […]
Newsletter – November 2018
oveoveeNational KONP and NHS News Scrap ICPs & Support the NHS Bill: Rally & Petition at Parliament & DoH Thank you to the over a hundred supporters who turned out on Friday 26 October to […]
Scrap ICPs & Support the NHS Bill: Rally & Petition at Parliament & DoH
Today 100 NHS and anti-privatisation activists gathered in Westminster to demand that NHS England rule to scrap the proposed Integrated Care Provider contracts. Keep Our NHS Public were joined by campaigners from Health Campaigns Together, We […]
‘Accountable’ or ‘Integrated’ care organisations – change the name but it still spells unaccountable, disintegration of our NHS
We are all quite rightly concerned about the increasing privatisation and fragmentation of the NHS in England happening under our noses. It is an affront to a publicly funded system that private companies may swoop […]