Here are some ways you can support Keep Our NHS Public in our campaigning to save the NHS right now.
NHS strikes and solidarity
In the face of Government intransigence nurses and ambulance staff will be taking strike action in the next few weeks and beyond.
Support materials | Info on solidarity actions | NHS Staff Voices meeting | Strikes background | Union information and posters | See below
What are 'Integrated Care Systems' and are they an existential threat to the NHS?
We believe the implementation of Integrated Care Systems (ICS) will have a disastrous effects on the accountability, availability and access to services in the NHS as well as negatively impacting the values underpinning the formation of a universal, publicly owned and publicly run National Health Service. We're urging individuals and organisations across civil society to find out more about ICS's and fight back where we can.
Centene take-over of our GP surgeries:
The take-over of 49 GP surgeries by Centene, responsible for the GP care of 500,000 NHS patients was resisted by Keep Our NHS Public along with other campaigners from We Own It and other groups.
Get hold of some of our campaigning materials on our resources page, and learn more from Keep Our NHS Public Member and NHS GP Louise Irving about why the Centene take-over of GP surgeries is a new and dangerous form of privatisation.
The struggle for better pay and working conditions is still central to the fight to save the NHS
Keep Our NHS Public stands with all those who work in the NHS, whether they are directly employed by the NHS or employed by outsourced companies. We stand with NHS staff whether they voted to […]
NHS Factcheck 1: Does the NHS already have enough money?
Factcheck 1 “The NHS has been given lots of extra funding during the pandemic – it should now be able to live within its means.” There are many misconceptions about what’s wrong with our NHS. […]
International Workers Memorial Day
John Puntis Co-Chair KONP, speech in Leeds:
Covid 19 has caused the deaths of at least 2,300 health and social care staff in England and Wales. John Puntis Co Chair KONP, Leeds
This is a reflection of their high risk of exposure to the virus in the course of their work, with an over representation of those from black and minority ethnic communities.
SOS NHS protests send clear message to Government on NHS spending
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 […]
‘Vaccinate, but let infection spread’ strategy is wrong
It’s the new year and we’ve got a new covid strategy. The problem is it’s a shambles. Read why ‘vaccinate, but let infection spread’ is not enough, and why it’s still not too late for […]