Challenge over Harding as Head of Test & Trace

On Thursday 10th December, Good Law Project is hosting a live panel discussion on our challenge over Dido Harding’s appointment as Head of Test & Trace and Government’s practice of parachuting mates into top public sector roles without any open or fair process.  Thousands of lives depend on these public bodies. Yet this Government has handed them … Continue reading Challenge over Harding as Head of Test & Trace

Stop secret trade deals!

Irrevocable decisions are in the process of being finalised in secret as brought to public attention by Keep Our NHS Public North East. Our representatives MUST have the power to scrutinise trade deals before they are signed. Email and ask your MP to take the Scrutiny Amendment Pledge now by clicking on this link.

“Dirty War on the NHS”

On 15th April, Curzon Home Cinema  streamed John Pilger’s film “The Dirty War on the NHS” which was first released just before last year’s election. This could not be more timely. The government is telling us to stay at home and “protect the NHS”. John’s film spells out the reason why the NHS might be overwhelmed by the … Continue reading “Dirty War on the NHS”

A National Scandal

 An astute summary of the Johnson regime’s policies with particular attention to the role played by Dominic Cummings and the Brexit brigade’s refusal to cooperate with the EC initiatives.

NHS staff are being silenced

Read about how staff are now disgracefully being gagged from speaking out over the lack of PPE and other crucial issues.

Special Report

Johnson listened to his scientists about coronavirus – but they were slow to sound the alarm. Click to read on.

Why we need to fix Universal Credit

Read an article about the Axminster Food Bank, which talks about food shortage, social isolation and mental health.

LEARN MORE ABOUT WHAT IS HAPPENING TO THE NHS IN ISLINGTON

Islington Keep Our NHS Public organised a public meeting on 11 March 2019 at Islington Town hall to help locals to learn more about what is happening to the NHS in Islington. Read more about the meeting from links to local newspaper coverage by the Islington Gazette and the Islington Tribune.