This NHS March marked the 70th anniversary of the founding of the NHS by the Labour Party in 1948. It was also a protest registered
. This observation may be coupled with the reality that many people who work in the NHS do not give a damn about how it is funded, or how it impacts the lives of ordinary people, just as long as they receive their pay cheque at the end of the month.
Cheam Family Practice (Sutton) When I look around England (as opposed to the UK or GB), I see a varying and disintegrating NHS. This is
The NHS worked on the principle that there were grave inequalities within capitalist society, and that when working class people presented themselves at their GP, it did not matter who they were or what their station in life was – they were entitled to top-notch and ‘free’ medical treatment delivered by healthcare professionals.
It is interesting to observe that those capitalists who want to remain in the EU, spend so much time and effort campaigning on behalf of big businesses, but remain ‘silent’ on the issue of the privatisation of the British NHS and the dismantling of the British Welfare System!