While May’s manifesto sets out a vision where our health service will scarcely exist, Corbyn’s plans stand to revitalise it into a system to be proud of, writes JOHN ELLISON
Wednesday 24th May 2017
posted by Morning Star in Features
JEREMY CORBYN slammed Tory health cuts for exposing patient services to cyber attacks yesterday as it emerged that 47 NHS organisations were affected by the malware virus.
The Labour leader blasted the attacks on NHS computer systems as a “highway robbery of all of us” as...
Tuesday 16th May 2017
posted by Steve Sweeney in Britain
JEREMY CORBYN pledged an extra £37 billion for the health service yesterday in Labour’s latest bid to tackle the Tory-driven NHS crisis.
The Labour leader told the Royal College of Nursing (RCN) conference in Liverpool that he understood why nurses have voted in a...
posted by Lamiat Sabin in Britain
BRITAIN’S nurses are on the brink of industrial action for the first time.
The Royal College of Nursing’s consultative ballot shows 78 per cent of nurses are ready to strike — and more than nine in 10 are up for action of other kinds to resist Conservative plans for...
Monday 15th May 2017
posted by Morning Star in Editorial
Poverty ‘forcing many to leave the profession’
Saturday 13th May 2017
posted by Morning Star in Britain
BED-BLOCKING in hospitals has risen by nearly a third in just one year due to Tory cuts to social care.
The shocking NHS figures revealed yesterday show that the number of beds taken up for a long period of time has shot up by 31 per cent in March, compared to the same time last year...
Friday 12th May 2017
Cast your vote wisely if you wish our public health service to have any kind of future, writes JOHN LISTER
Thursday 11th May 2017
Tax on private healthcare will pay for free hospital car parks for staff and patients
Tuesday 9th May 2017
STAFF are quitting the NHS to become supermarket shelf stackers because the pay is better, health bosses said yesterday.
The revelation by NHS Providers, the national group representing NHS trust heads in charge of hospitals and ambulance services, added to a growing chorus of...
posted by Peter Lazenby in Britain
LABOUR, Green and Lib Dem activists in Surrey are stepping aside to give a local GP a free run at reviled Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt on June 8.
A meeting on Saturday agreed that the National Health Action Party’s Dr Louise Irvine should go forward as a progressive alliance...