New STPs drawn up without public scrutiny
Monday 14th Nov 2016
posted by Morning Star in Britain
by Steve Sweeney
RALLIES were held in cities across Britain on Saturday in protest at the continuing crackdown on democracy in Turkey.
Thousands demonstrated in London calling for the release of academics, journalists and MPs and urging people to “Unite for Peace...
The NHS is failing the most vulnerable in society with patients being “shut out” of care, according to a report published today.
The NHS’s continuing healthcare funds the care of people with complex needs, including those with...
Revolution in Rojava: Democratic Autonomy and Women’s Liberation in the Middle Eastby Michael Knapp, Anna Flach and Ercan Ayboga(Pluto Press, £14.99)
WITH a population of 30 million people, the Kurds remain the...
posted by Morning Star in Arts
Patients and workers fear creeping privatisation as Branson’s profit-hungry company wins unprecedented bid for services
Friday 11th Nov 2016
Campaigners hail latest ruling for ‘game-changing’ treatment
NHS trust deficits will hit a whopping £850 million this year as the health service funding crisis deepens, official figures revealed yesterday.
The overspend — more than £250m worse than forecast — was uncovered by the Health...
Corbyn slams economic consensus which raised carpetbagger president
Thursday 10th Nov 2016
HEALTH Secretary Jeremy Hunt refused to budge on A&E waiting time limits yesterday, despite targets being missed amid the ongoing NHS funding crisis.
A&E departments are consistently missing the national target of staff seeing 95 per cent of...
COMPUTER staff in Glasgow are set to strike next week as public-sector union Unison calls on Labour leaders Jeremy Corbyn and Kezia Dugdale to intervene in a series of disputes in the city.
Unison members will take industrial action on November 17 in...