All posts tagged NHS

The Exchange Issue #2

The second issue of The Exchange brings together a range of articles looking at the struggles we face against austerity and the issues we face building a movement of resistance. The exchanges here try to look to the problems of […]

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Why we need a universal basic income

by Andrew and Elliot, Thames Valley Plan C Since the 2008 financial crisis it has become increasingly impossible to survive on wage labour. In real terms, wages in the UK have declined by 5.5 percent since 2010; the fourth worst […]

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P.s. I love you: The Spirit of 45 review

Ken Loach new film, The Spirit of 45, reminds us all of a precious commodity, the Welfare State. A review by Rachel Brooks.

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Thousands march to defend Whittington Hospital

James Drummond reports on the campaign to save the Whittington

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Stunning turn out for Whittington Hospital

Over 500 people crammed into the Archway Methodist Hall tonight to save Whittington Hospital

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Thousands march to save Lewisham Hospital

Up to 25,000 marched through Lewisham town centre on Saturday 26 January chanting “no if’s no but’s, no NHS cuts”. Bill Jeffries reports on the campaign to save Lewisham Hospital’s A&E The closure of the recently modernised Lewisham A&E is […]

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Future of the Community and Voluntary Sector

As a Radio Free Brighton volunteer and supporter of the Brighton New Left Initiative, I was happy to be invited to Transforming Local Infrastructures (TLI), a new Community and Voluntary Sector (CVS) project designed to empower and improve the many […]

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Sainsbury’s trying something new today: privatising the NHS!

Protests at Sainbury’s taking place across South London, as the supermarket chain bids to take over sections of the NHS, Stuart King reports.

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