More than £15 million will be granted to local authorities throughout England today (Wednesday, June 15) to assist them in implementing new social care charging changes. The introduction of pricing reform, which will include a cap on the cost of … Continue reading Local Authorities given £15M to implement Social Care Charges
Since the 1970s, successive governments have privatized major infrastructure, utilities, manufacturing industries and public services. These include local authorities becoming commissioning hubs and education transferring its assets to the private sector. Privatisation of the NHS began in 1983 with the … Continue reading Cutbacks and Privatisation: Will the NHS become a ‘Third Class’ Service?
It’s been revealed that only a quarter of the 69 newly promised NHS diagnostic centres announced by the health secretary last month are really open. On February 8, Sajid Javid informedParliament that dozens of “newcommunity diagnostic clinics” have“already opened across … Continue reading Where are all the promised Community Diagnostic Centres?
There is widespread gratitude for NHS workers for their service during the ongoing pandemic Migrant workers have been essential to the operations of the NHS ever since its inception in 1948. Over the decades, many programmes have been used to … Continue reading Human Rights Blog – NHS Workers Leave to Remain
Captain Sir Tom Moore, who has died aged 100, was a Second World War veteran who became Britain’s national hero and mascot in the early months of the coronavirus pandemic, raising millions of pounds for charity on the eve of … Continue reading Rest in Peace Captain Sir Tom Moore
Nepalese Restaurant Panas Gurkha has been helping feed their local NHS workers in South London since early 2020 Nepalese Lewisham restaurant Panas Gurkha, owned by Sujan Katuwal, has delivered more than 5,000 meals to NHS staff working at Lewisham Hospital and … Continue reading Restaurant owner Sujan Katuwal happy to help local NHS and Homeless