Doctors reject revised NHS plans

We have a duty to past, present and future generations

By Nick Triggle Health correspondent, BBC News, in Cardiff Doctors have rejected the government’s revised NHS plans, urging their union to take a tougher stance. Delegates at the annual British Medical Association conference voted in favour of calling for the … Continue reading

Cuts are not the answer – organising and fighting for the alternative

UNITE Executive Policy Adopted by the Unite Executive 19th May 2011 Unite’s Executive Council unanimously confirms its opposition to all [...]

Open letter to the medical profession: Now is the time to get tough on NHS reform

We are writing as a group of concerned doctors and we are also members of UK BMA Council. Next week [...]

3 Questions to Con Dem anti-union emmisary Vince Cable MP

Professor Keith Ewing, who addressed the GMB Conference on the same day as Vince Cable MP earlier this week, poses [...]

Deregulation is really a workplace death wish

By Rory O’Neill Hazards Magazine A UK government-commissioned review of health and safety, which will report to ministers in autumn [...]

Threat of statutory duty removal

Rubbish could litter our streets, bodies could pile up, vulnerable children could be left without care, strip clubs could be [...]

Exposing the myths about welfare

6 April 2011 Right-wing politicians and commentators make regular pronouncements about welfare. We look at its importance and bust some [...]