The campaign to reopen the Cambridgeshire Complex Cases service, 'Lifeworks', which was shut down on the basis of funding cuts without any due process, continues.
NHS and health
The Health Service Group Executive of the public-service workers' union Unison voted on 8 September to recommend "Yes" to Agenda for Change.
AWL members in Unison call on Unison members to vote down the "Agenda for Change" pay package.
The first-ever issue of an activists' bulletin for UNISON members produced by AWL UNISON members is now available.
A leaflet produced by AWL healthworkers for the NHS Together / TUC lobby of parliament on November 1st, 2006.
Supporters of Solidarity in the health service group of UNISON have produced this leaflet to promote four candidates in the current (2007) round of elections to the National Executive Committee: Kate
The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence watchdog has warned that NHS under-staffing is a threat to patients’ safety, and is calling for a 1:8 ratio of nurses to patients.
The Lifeworks centre, an open clinic service in Cambridge for people who suffer with personality disorders, is being threatened with closure. Patients have been occupying the centre for eight weeks to stop it from closing.
Social Finance and Social Impact Bonds are becoming a popular idea for public sector funding.
Alan Milburn was once a Trotskyist who co-ran a small left-wing bookshop in Newcastle, Days of Hope (aka Haze of Dope).