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21 September 2016

Sheffield mental health services to lose council funding

Mental Health Action Group Sheffield faces its £10,500 a year funding from the Labour council ending in 2017. The day centre is used by 20 to 30 people every weekday, providing meals, activities and trips.

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21 September 2016

"I've had enough - it's time to fight back"

Why I joined the Socialist Party: As a public sector worker, a social housing tenant and someone looking towards the last ten years of their working life, I fear this Tory government and what plans they have. It's time to fight back.

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21 September 2016

Fightback is on to save NHS heart services

Children's heart surgery is to end at three hospitals around the country if NHS England gets its way.

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21 September 2016

Workplace news in brief

Short reports on some of the latest trade union struggles. Junior doctors go to court, Ritzy Picturehouse strike announced.

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21 September 2016

Iconic nightclub Fabric closes doors - another victim of austerity?

Comment - nightlife: London's most iconic night club, Fabric, has had its licence revoked. The council claims to be taking the decision with the safety of clubbers in mind. However, just eight months ago, a judge called Fabric a "beacon of best practice".

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21 September 2016

The Socialist inbox

Letters to the Socialist's editors. Refugee rescue, Meadow Well riots, voter preventer, boot out Blairites, greedy grammars, Usdaw Activist.

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21 September 2016

NHS care rationing already rife

Rationing in the NHS is already widespread and dangerous. A recent Guardian survey found three in four doctors said they had seen care rationed.

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14 September 2016

Obesity crisis: government strategy offers no solution

The scale of the obesity crisis in the UK is vast. The 2014 official Health Survey for England showed that 61.7% of adults were overweight or obese. 31.2% of children aged two to 15 were also either overweight or obese.

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14 September 2016

NHS chiefs warn cuts mean rationing or charges

NHS bosses have said that the Tory government's 'seven-day NHS' plan is "impossible" under current funding and staffing levels. Cuts, charges or "draconian rationing" are the only possible outcomes.

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14 September 2016

NSSN lobby of the TUC: an urgent time for our movement

"As a junior doctor, I am asking the TUC to call a day of action to support us" said a doctor in summing up a major theme of the NSSN rally

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The protest, including Ria Pahwa with megaphone photo Steve Score, photo Steve Score

13 September 2016

Protest against closure of vital heart unit

Over 100 people marched in Leicester to keep our city’s heart unit at Glenfield hospital open

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7 September 2016

On the march against 'life and death' NHS cuts

The sudden closure of Grantham Hospital's night time A&E service has sparked a wave of anger and rebellion

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7 September 2016

Junior doctors plan to continue contract struggle

In another historic move, junior doctors have announced a new rolling programme of industrial action in their struggle against a dangerous new contract. Though an initial five-day strike has been called off, further five-day strikes in October, November and December are still set to take place.

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7 September 2016

The Socialist inbox

Letters to the Socialist's editors. Long waits and service cuts at merged GP surgeries

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7 September 2016

Huge turnout in support of Huddersfield NHS campaign

Over 7,000 people turned out for the 'Hands Off HRI' (Huddersfield Royal Infirmary) fun day and festival. It was impossible to take in the whole event as it took up the entire park.

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7 September 2016

What We Saw

The junior doctors received a steadfast defence on Sky News on 1 September from the Socialist Party's Rob Williams. And it seems you can vote for whoever you want in the Labour leadership election - as long as it's Owen Smith!

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7 September 2016

Letter: back the docs!

The BBC declared that public support for the junior doctors was 'crumbling' ahead of their now-suspended five-day strike. But at Salford Shopping Centre on 3 September, there was precisely no evidence of a decline in public support. Quite the reverse, in fact.

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7 September 2016

Women lose out in the workplace

Pregnant women and mums are "losing out" in the workplace, according to Citizens Advice. Working in the care sector, you might think women have it better. But further studies show women are still at a disadvantage in female-dominated workplaces.

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