Public Meeting on Threat to NHS

Wednesday 26th March at Ealing Town Hall


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Health campaigners will be reporting on the findings of 'The Peoples Inquiry into London's Health Service' at a meeting in Ealing next week.

It will take place on Wednesday 26th March in Ealing Town Hall.

John Lister from Health Emergency and Dr Louise Irvine from the successful 'Campaign to save Lewisham Hospital' will be speaking.

The six member Inquiry Panel consisted of Polly Toynbee, the political and social commentator for the Guardian, Health Policy Analyst Roy Lilley, Sue Richards, former Professor of Public Management at the University of Birmingham, Dr Louise Irvine GP, chair of the Save Lewisham Hospital campaign, health activist Naledi Kline and Frank Wood, Unite executive member and pathologist at Kings College Hospital. Dr John Lister was the lead researcher.

Chairing the meeting will be Eve Turner, from Ealing TUC Save Our NHS Campaign.

Oliver New from the Ealing TUC save Our NHS Campaign said:

"Some politicians have been deliberately misleading the public by proclaiming that the A&E departments have been saved. Sadly, that's just hype to undermine the ongoing campaign to keep our much needed health services - NHS England and the Government still intend to take away senior doctors and blue light ambulances, still intend to close hundreds of beds and knock down hospital buildings. The public meeting will highlight what is really going on in Ealing and across London."

Save Our Health Service Public Meeting

7.30pm, Wednesday 26th March Ealing Town Hall

Dr Louise Irvine, Save Lewisham Hospital;

John Lister, Director of Health Emergency;

Julian Bell Labour Leader of Ealing Council;

Chair: Eve Turner Ealing TUC Save Our NHS Campaign


19th March 2014



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