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Campaigners’ Conference

Saturday November 4, 11.00-4.30pm
Hammersmith Town Hall, W6 9LE

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LUNCH provided to all pre-booked delegates

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Published Saturday Oct 7

Issue 8 of our quarterly tabloid newspaper

is now complete: it’s full of up to date information for campaigners and union activists.

You can access all 12 pages online here and order your printed copies now for local campaigning.

This issue features an exclusive article by Labour’s Shadow Health Secretary Jon Ashworth. Plus news and views from campaigns across the country and details of our November 4 conference.

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DID YOU MISS OUR EARLIER ISSUES? Back issues of the newspaper can be downloaded here

CALENDAR of events

Monday 30th October 2017
6.30pm - 8pm

"Is US-style healthcare the future for England?"
Lecture Theatre 3, Herschel Building, Newcastle University.
A UNIQUE OPPORTUNITY IN NEWCASTLE - Public lecture and Q&A by Prof Allyson Pollock (University of Newcastle), Professor Steffie Woolhandler (City University of New York) and Professor David Himmelstein (City University of New York)
This is a free, public meeting which is open to all who care about healthcare provision and the future of our NHS. Admission is by ticket - please reserve your place at

Saturday 4th November 2017
11:00 - 4:30pm

Our NHS and Social Care in Crisis: FIGHTING BACK – TO WIN
Hammersmith Town Hall, W6 9LE
Speakers include

Council leaders STEVE COWAN (LB Hammersmith & Fulham) and JULIAN BELL (Ealing)
KEN LOACH, award-winning film director
JOHN LISTER, Editor Health Campaigns Together
LOCAL campaigners

Further information here

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St Mary's Hospital Urgent Care Centre in "Special Measures"

The privatised Urgent Care Centre has been rated "inadequate" by the Care Quality Commission ...

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