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NHS Professionals

NHS Professionals

August 17, 2017 at 4:15 pm

Falling staff numbers and poor morale are hurting the National Health Service. The insistence on retaining the public sector pay cap has seen record numbers of staff leave and many others deterred from joining. Poor management and short-term thinking is damaging the NHS, and the decision to sell off NHS […]

 
Queen’s Speech debate – Our NHS

Queen’s Speech debate – Our NHS

June 28, 2017 at 5:50 pm

For my contribution to the Queen’s Speech debate, I spoke in the time allocated for matters of health and security. I opened my remarks today by stressing my gratitude to the medical professionals at the Royal Free Hospital, and those across the country, for the unrelenting professionalism with which they […]

 
Junior Doctors – Update

Junior Doctors – Update

May 3, 2016 at 11:25 am

The latest round of Junior Doctors’ strikes were the result of Jeremy Hunt’s unforgivable contempt for our medical professionals. Rather than negotiate a contract that is both safe for patients and fair for the doctors, he has decided to impose his own terms. By doing so, he has sent the […]

 
Finchley Road, 2nd March

38 Degrees NHS petition

March 2, 2015 at 9:10 pm

Many of you may be familiar with 38 Degrees – it is an organisation that helps individuals and communities campaign on specific issues. I certainly hear from them a lot! Anything that helps constituents assess their priorities and vocalise their concerns is helpful to me. They have had multiple campaigns […]

 
West End Lane Surgery Closure

West End Lane Surgery Closure

February 28, 2015 at 10:35 pm

  The following letter concerning the closure of West End Land Surgery first appeared in the Camden New Journal.   We are deeply concerned that, under the current government, the NHS has become under-resourced and is struggling to meet patient need.  The coalition’s move to privatise the NHS undermines its […]