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NHS ‘Devo-Manc’ is thin end of the wedge

Dara O’Cogaidhin The NHS ranks consistently among the top three priorities voters care about. Yet a recent policy, which has barely showed on the political radar of most electors outside…

24 Hour NHS Strike

A&E crisis exposes Tory lies

By Darren O’Coghaidhin, 29 January 2015 Hospital A&E units are suffering their worst crisis since the founding of the NHS in 1948. Nurses warn that patient safety is being is…

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NHS strike bulletin: escalate the pay fight to win

Bulletin for the NHS pay strike 24 November 2014 Click here to read as pdf by a Unite health member Nine NHS unions and staff associations including midwives and nurses…

Save the NHS – support the healthworkers’ strike

By Bernie McAdam As health unions call a second strike on 24 November, NHS England’s five-year plan demands more funding. But the plan is a trap for staff and patients.…

Scrap the Tories’ hospital closure clause

  By Dara O’Cogaidhin   The Save Lewisham Hospital Campaign brought about one of the most significant defeats for this government to date – a judicial review in July ruled…

At 65, the NHS is sadly unwell…

By Dara O’Coghaidin, Mental Health worker / 02 September 2013 Established in 1948 to be a free and universal system of healthcare, the NHS reached the pensionable age of 65…

Media’s “NHS needless deaths” smear campaign exposed

A recent “correction” in The Guardian makes it the first mainstream newspaper to confirm what many activists, bloggers and most of all, health workers have known for months: the so-called “needless deaths”…

Pathology strike solid at Leeds NHS

By a Unite member Leeds Pathology staff took strike action for 24 hrs from 8.30am 16th July 2013 at three acute hospitals: Leeds General Inirmary, St James’ Hospital and Bradford…

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