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‘We’re marching to save Ealing Hospital’ ‘WE ARE marching on Saturday 2nd May to defend Ealing Hospital A&E and Maternity Departments,’ Scott Dore, Workers Revolutionary Party candidate for Ealing Central and Acton said yesterday.

Speaking outside the closure-threatened west London hospital, Scott insisted: ‘We are demanding that the trade unions occupy to defend these services. We are fighting for a workers government to defend the NHS.
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A&E WAITING TIMES CRISIS! WEEKLY national figures from NHS England yesterday showed it has missed the four-hour A&E waiting time target for the 28th consecutive week.

The proportion of patients seen within the government maximum of four hours at A&E departments in England is below the target of 95% again. This has not been met since September 28.
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GOVERNMENT IS WASTING MONEY ON FREE SCHOOLS – SAY TEACHERS TEACHING unions yesterday condemned the Tory-led coalition government’s free-school policy, as more than half a million families were discovering which primary schools their children will attend, amid a growing places squeeze.
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‘Staff freeze’ and £22bn of cuts for NHS THE NHS is facing a ‘substantial financial problem’ which politicians are ignoring in the election campaign, its former head, David Nicholson warned yesterday.

Warning of mounting deficits, in an interview with the Today programme, Nicholson, who retired last year after running the NHS in England for eight years, said that because there was an election period, the NHS was not allowed to publish the latest report on its financial position.
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‘Don’t ignore GPs crisis!’ BMA warns political leaders A THIRD of GPs are considering retiring from general practice within the next five years according to the latest figures from the BMA’s survey of 15,560 GPs.

The results call into question the feasibility of election pledges in recent manifesto announcements from political parties promising to dramatically increase the number of GPs in the next parliamentary term.

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Wednesday, 15 April 2015
News: Bangladeshi parents fighting back
News: TORY PLANS REQUIRE ‘CUTS OF TENS AND TENS OF BILLIONS’ SAYS IFS
Tuesday, 14 April 2015
News: MILIBAND PLEDGES 5 YEARS OF CUTS FOR WORKERS!
Monday, 13 April 2015
News: ‘FEWER NURSES PROVIDING MORE CARE’– RCN
News: WRP GENERAL ELECTION CAMPAIGN UNDERWAY
Saturday, 11 April 2015
News: WRP ELECTION OFFICE OPENS
News: Greek workers fighting while Russia & China queue up to buy!
Friday, 10 April 2015
News: Labour refuses to commit to stop hospital closures!
Thursday, 9 April 2015
News: MILIBAND DOESN'T BLAME THE BANKS
News: RMT INDUSTRIAL ACTION VOTE
Wednesday, 8 April 2015
News: Welfare and spending cuts are leading to more food banks!
Tuesday, 7 April 2015
News: Riot police attack villagers! – under orders from Syriza
News: WRP Election candidates!
Saturday, 4 April 2015
News: Opportunist SNP! –would not vote against NHS privatisation in England
Friday, 3 April 2015
News: Agency staff costing NHS £2.5bn a year!
Thursday, 2 April 2015
News: SYRIZA DECLARING WAR ON SEAFARERS!
Wednesday, 1 April 2015
News: Piraeus port to be privatised! – Greek workers are furious
Tuesday, 31 March 2015
News: KPMG paid £10m to recommend NHS closures
News: Miliband talks productivity to the bosses – wants partnership with business and bankers
Monday, 30 March 2015
News: DEFEND MANCHESTER NHS!

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