Support those working for our NHS
Understaffing has exacerbated the problems caused by underfunding and privatisation of the NHS and is set to get worse.
There are currently 40,000 nurse vacancies in England alone, and it is predicted the NHS will have a staffing shortfall of 250,000 by 2030. Still, the Government refuses to adequately fund, train and take measures to retain valuable NHS staff.
Keep Our NHS Public supported the junior doctors strike in 2016 and has continued to support NHS staff demanding better working conditions.
Find out more about the junior doctor’s campaign.
Find information on the issues affecting NHS staff and junior doctors in our resource cabinet.
Schools should not open until it is safe to do so On the 9th May KONP expressed its full support for the National Education Union’s five tests before schools could take in more children and […]
The Government U-turn on migrant charging shows that campaigning works but that the ongoing systemic racism in Government policy still requires we pool our efforts and continue our work. JOIN THE PUBLIC MEETING What’s going […]
Private company ISS leaves staff with no money for food, no payments, delayed payments, under payments and crucially no protective clothing as first case of Covid-19 confirmed at Lewisham Hospital. Cleaning, portering and catering staff […]
Kicking off a very succesful Winter Crisis National Day of Action on Saturday, members of the new, Keep Our NHS Public group, NHS Staff Voices carried out a banner drop from the side of Westminster bridge […]
Last year GPs were stampeded into signing up to join Primary Care Networks (PCNs), with the offer of extra funding per patient, plus funding and extra staff to help deliver services. But now NHS England […]