National demonstration to support the NHS!

The NHS will last as long as there are folk with the faith to fight for it.” Nye Bevan - founder of the NHS

A national demonstration to support the NHS is being organised to happen in London, on March 4th 2017 by Health Campaigns Together and supported by most major unions.

 

We must fight to save the NHS from destruction. The threat is real. It is happening now. Hospitals, GPs, mental health, ambulance and community services are on their knees.

Come and join the demo to show your support:

  • For a fully funded, publicly owned, NHS & social care service
  • To say “No” to cuts, closures, privatisation
  • To call for an end to the pay restraint for NHS staff
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Book your seat on the Oxfordshire transport online http://ouh.org.uk/bookings/March4.html or call 07503169657.  The transport organised by Oxfordshire UNISON Health branch and Banbury GMB.

 

Rather than address the crisis in the NHS the government is accelerating it with planned cuts of £22 billion pounds with its 'Sustainability and Transformation Plans".  These plans will see whole departments, even hospitals close.  

In Oxfordshire 200 beds at the Oxford University Hospitals Trust are earmarked for closure, along with downgrading of Horton maternity services, community hospitals and mental health services.

Private companies are gaining an ever greater foothold within the NHS. Years of pay restraint has seen the value of NHS staff salaries reduce by 14% since 2010. The Government’s Sustainability and Transformation Plans are a smokescreen for a massive programme of hospital and community service closures, and are its latest instrument for privatisation.

The NHS is one of our greatest achievements. We cannot allow it to be undermined and ultimately destroyed. Join us on Saturday 4 March and send a clear message to this Government.

 More info: https://www.facebook.com/events/1771664639725061/

http://www.healthcampaignstogether.com/

WHEN
March 04, 2017 at 10am - 6pm
WHERE
London

Will you come?


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