6 January Mental health services at grave risk through privatization (local) West Bridgford Wire (Notts) http://westbridgfordwire.com/mental-health-treatment-under-the-nhs-is-at-extreme-risk 5 more stories
The junior doctors, amidst a storm of crafted “spin” and ludicrous claims that the BMA has somehow been “hijacked” by a bunch of irresponsible Lefties, are taking strike action tomorrow (Tuesday 12 January). An historic and […]
2 January Mid Yorkshire trust advancing plans to ‘centralise’ A&E to cut costs (local) Yorkshire Post: http://www.yorkshirepost.co.uk/news/mid-yorkshire-hospitals-trust-to-bring-forward-plans-to-centralise-a-e-services-to-this-year-1-7652283 14 more stories
24/12 NHS in Peril (local, Leicester) A good summary of what is threatening the NHS, and why KONP exists. Leicester Mercury: http://www.leicestermercury.co.uk/Wake-NHS-peril/story-28409610-detail/story.html 9 more stories…
Devolution: detailed analysis The likely grave consequences and the legislative framework for health devolution, with massive differences in provision over the country and a lack of integrated services as the true legacy, are described by […]
Health Campaigns Together, the alliance of health campaign organisations formed to coordinate and promote the action to save the NHS, has published a free PDF newspaper listing the threats facing the NHS and calling for […]
GP and Keep Our NHS public campaigner Dr David Wrigley has challenged assertions made by the Care Quality Commision’s Inspector of General Practice, Dr Steve Field – himself a GP. Field has publicly condemned many […]
New Keep Our NHS Public Co-Chair and health campaigner Dr Tony O’Sullivan listed the dangers of the plans to devolve health budgets to five London boroughs in an interview for London Live yesterday (15 December).
[Thursday 19 November 2015] The junior doctors’ massive vote in favour of industrial action – 98% of 76% balloted – is the biggest signal yet of the fight against this government’s sheer arrogance in trying […]
Standing with the junior doctors fighting to maintain safety for patients, to keep safe hours of work, and to stand against the undermining of women doctors’ pay, brought back memories.