The NHS in England is changing. Some patient care is now provided by large multinational companies. Their contracts are funded with taxpayers’ money but it’s their shareholders who get the profits. This is public money which is lost to the NHS. More

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PFI – a ‘£65 bn mortgage’ for the NHS?

BBC report on the financial impact of the Private Finance Initiatve on NHS hospitals.

Tweeting for the NHS

           Over 500 people are now following Look After our NHS on Twitter!  Get regular updates on the campaign and tell us what you think at: 

Two new visions for the NHS

The government promises that its white paper on health will mean more choice for patients and more power for clinicians. Others raise concerns that it represents a “radical pro-market agenda for the NHS“.   Meanwhile, a group of unions, academics and campaigners have published their vision for an NHS Beyond the Market.

Look After our NHS joins thousands on demo

The Look After our NHS campaign took part in the 10,000 strong 10410 demo in support of public services.

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