Category Archives: health policy

Radio 4: NHS March

I was on BBC Radio 4 this afternoon talking about the NHS march and the important role of political protests. It was great to see so many people from across the country marching today. Marches are a way of expressing public … Continue reading

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Trust the public on public services

A big debate about devolution is brewing. For some, this is about more than empowering town halls or creating new layers of government in our regions. Instead of more politicians, they want to go one step further and devolve power … Continue reading

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How do we secure a future for young people?

I was recently invited to speak at a UNISON conference and here’s what I said: It is often said that young people are the future. While obviously true, what is missing from the debate is that young people are also … Continue reading

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