Reclaim the National Health Service – the latest threats! Friday 23rd Sept 2016

Despite it being a Friday night and a location just off the ‘Micklegate Run’ around 60 people turned up to hear about the latest threats to the National Health Service.

With an excellent introduction from Anne Leonard all three speakers condemned what had been happening to the NHS for the last forty years and encouraged people to take direct action to save it.

Dr Youssef El-Gingihy (GP in east London. Author of “How to Dismantle the NHS in 10 Easy Steps”)

Dr Youssef El-Gingihy (GP in east London. Author of “How to Dismantle the NHS in 10 Easy Steps”)

Rachael Maskell (MP for York Central and former NHS clinician)

Rachael Maskell (MP for York Central and former NHS clinician)

Frank Dobson (Former Labour Health Secretary)

Frank Dobson (Former Labour Health Secretary)

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The meeting was also an opportunity to show off the new banner soon to be appearing at demonstrations and meetings around York and further.

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The meeting was video recorded and that should be available soon.

 

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One Response to Reclaim the National Health Service – the latest threats! Friday 23rd Sept 2016

  1. John Yates says:

    The “attack on the NHS” topics discussed apply to everyone, not just those with strong Labour Party affiliations.It was a valuable Meeting which emphasised the need for everyone of all political pursuasions to be aware and get involved in Saving our NHS!

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