Britiain’s National Health Service
By Paul Bond, 22 May 2013
The Save our NHS demonstration showed the bankruptcy of the Labour Party and trade unions campaign in defence of health care.
By Ajanta Silva, 16 April 2013
TQtwentyone, a large National Health Service provider operating in southern England, is seeking to cut workers’ pay, terms and conditions.
By Barry Mason, 12 April 2013
Around 450 ambulance workers employed by the Yorkshire Ambulance Service NHS Trust held a one-day strike April 2.
By Liz Smith, 11 April 2013
The ongoing crisis of Leeds General Infirmary, in which child heart surgery provision was suspended, reveals the grave consequences of the deliberate running down of National Health Service resources.
By Ajanta Silva, 9 April 2013
The final business plan of the National Health Service management in the south west of England serves as a blueprint for reducing the pay and conditions for workers throughout the NHS.
By Paul Mitchell, 4 April 2013
This month, historic cuts in welfare provision come into force, driving millions further into destitution.
By Ajanta Silva, 30 March 2013
The UK’s Care Quality Commission has produced a report documenting the severe deterioration in the quality of care for elderly people.
By Joan Smith, 25 March 2013
An eight-month-old baby, born in the UK and requiring a critical operation, has been denied National Health Service treatment because of her parents’ immigrant status.
By Barry Mason, 12 March 2013
The Unison and Unite unions are working to wind down a strike by National Health Service workers at the Mid Yorkshire Hospital Trust, with the aid of the pseudo-left.
By Julie Hyland, 11 March 2013
Whatever amendments may be made to section 75, it is to become virtually compulsory to hand NHS service provision over to private companies.
By Paul Stuart, 4 March 2013
The Labour Party, trade unions and pseudo-left groups in Britain are playing the main role in facilitating the decimation of the National Health Service.
By Dave Hyland, 26 February 2013
Attacks on workers being prepared by the Rotherham NHS Foundation Trust in South Yorkshire, England also threaten medical care in this working class area.
By Peter Reydt, 20 February 2013
An 81-year-old woman died after being left alone in her house without any medicine, food or drink.
By Julie Hyland, 13 February 2013
Up to 1,200 patients are estimated to have died as a result of the poor care they received at Stafford Hospital.
By Rick Wilson, 12 February 2013
The coalition government is to press ahead with serious cuts to heath services in south east London.
By Richard Duckworth, 1 February 2013
At a public meeting in Bristol, England, the Unite trade union appealed to Labour, the party that initiated the privatisation of the National Health Service, to save it.
By Barry Mason and Julie Hyland, 30 January 2013
Administration workers and clerical staff at three hospitals began a five-day strike on Monday.