The destruction of our NHS has happened without much of our population realising. Our NHS is possibly the greatest achievement our country has ever made. It was once the jewel in our crown and the envy of the rest of the world. But two days ago it underwent another major
What was the point of all that clapping ? If we then fail to act when this happens Now the clapping has stopped NHS workers need us to act again. But not in some sort of empty gesture that achieves very little. They
. Eastbourne campaigners fighting for your NHS Campaigners fighting for your NHS were at the NHS SOS National Day of Action on Feb 26th. On this day at least 80 events took place in towns and cities across the UK including Eastbourne. These events were to raise the alarm about
Rather than fall into despair about the growing mental health crisis, we need to ask ourselves: “Could this epidemic of mental illness trigger positive change?” Suffering in the UK is now widespread and growing. We no longer have a government or indeed many politicians who are committed to easing suffering.
Staffing issues in our NHS must be resolved as a matter of priority now. How can our country come out and clap for NHS workers week after week and then turn their backs on them now they are virtually on their knees? After years of pay restraint; the horrendous pressures
Our Our NHS is in crisis and the only thing happening in Westminster is a determined effort to further privatisation of the service. The crisis in our NHS In Eastbourne a 70 year old woman fell on Wednesday afternoon. She had to lie on a cold pavement for six hours
Eastbourne campaigners were fighting the corporate take-over of our NHS last Saturday. While many people dressed up as witches and ghosts for Halloween, we were wearing Richard Branson masks. Because really, the threat of large corporations taking over our NHS is far more terrifying than even the most gruesome of
We all need to fight if we are to avoid seeing the complete destruction of our NHS by next April. Here I will explain this gravest of threats that our NHS now faces. And why, we need your help if we are to stand a chance of protecting local services.
This blog post contains an open letter to county councillors about democracy in our NHS. You can add your name to this letter by writing it in the comment box. What prompted us to write this letter Proposals in Westminster for another top down reorganisation of the NHS are damaging
We have set up a petition calling for Sussex Partnership Foundation Trust (SPFT) to provide better mental health services for children and young people in this area. As the trust is currently planning to build a new inpatient unit we are calling for that unit to provide for children. The