What upsets me is how things have changed in my lifetime, so much for the worse. When people are in need, in a civilised, compassionate society, we shouldn’t be turning to charity, or crowd funding. We used to have a … Continue reading →
The Sell Off Movie, The Great NHS Heist, Shortened Version
If you missed The Sell-Off movie from 2016, about The Tory sell off plans for the NHS, here it is again. The Johnson government, if re-elected would push on and complete these Tory plans, and permanently make our NHS a privatised system.
In government, the Labour Party will halt NHS privatisation and remove all traces of privatisation in our NHS
What a mess and a laughing stock our country has become. It’s tragic. We have to find a way out of this and stop the childish fighting. Now the country is divided in blame like two rival supporters of a … Continue reading →
GMB investigation on ‘Mad Friday’ reveals 900,000 ambulance emergency calls were answered without paramedics last year. Information from GMB has exposed the critical shortage of ambulance staff as a result of government policy has resulted in almost one million ambiance … Continue reading →
For the twelve years before the Act, abortion was the leading cause of maternal mortality in England and Wales. Fifty one years ago, M, a 14y old schoolgirl was told that she was 8 weeks pregnant. The woman consultant at … Continue reading →
Re-posted with kind permission from Progressive Pulse 14th October 2014 Authors: David Laws, Consultant Anaesthetist, City Hospitals Sunderland NHS Foundation Trust, Sunderland, Tyne & Wear, SR4 7TP Professor Charles S. Adams, Department of Physics, Durham University, Durham, DH1 3LE Introduction: … Continue reading →