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The BMA has expressed real concern about the future of the NHS in England as a result of today’s UK Budget announcement.
Low share prices when the UK government privatised Royal Mail cost the taxpayer around £1 billion, a parliamentary committee has reported. Meanwhile the National Health Service and social services are in financial crisis.
The government’s decision to end real terms spending increases on the health service could mean that the NHS will be losing out on £25.5 billion a year by the end of the decade, the TUC has warned.
The marketisation of the health service "has gone too far", two Church of England bishops have suggested, following the latest scandal.
Professor Clare Gerada, chair of the influential Royal College of General Practitioners, has backed crossbench peer Lord Owen's 'reinstate the NHS' Bill.
The National Health Action party, set up to work against the destruction of the NHS, has welcomed Lord David Owen’s NHS 'Re-instatement' Bill.
The NHS in England is "sleepwalking into a crisis" with more than 61,000 frontline posts destined for the axe, says the Royal College of Nursing.
Britain's largest union says that the Future Forum’s report into the NHS Health and Social Care Bill shows a set of proposals beyond repair.
NHS Direct Action and UK Uncut activists dressed in medical scrubs have staged a protest outside HSBC's AGM over the bank's NHS profiteering.
Tens of thousands of people are signing a 'Save the NHS' petition, as the government launches a campaign to defend its health changes.
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