Archive of: June, 2016
24 June 2016 by John Murray
13 June 2016 by Mark Loughridge
With the junior doctors’ strike finally drawing to a diplomatic conclusion, the Secretary of State may have pulled off one of the more costly “victories” in recent political history. Junior doctors are set to ratify a new contract, ostensibly guaranteeing a new “seven-day” service, but at great cost to Jeremy Hunt’s reputation and quite possibly his political career.
06 June 2016 by John Murray
It is 41 years since I voted for the first time in the referendum on our membership of the European Economic Community, called by a Labour Prime Minister to try and keep his fractious party together. While I cannot recall the reasons that I supported staying in, the facts suggest that I made the right decision, happily reflected in the result nationwide.
01 June 2016 by Andrew Wilkinson
- JMC - closing reflections
- NHS Constitution – from fact to fiction
- Prevention in the dock
- NHS alternatives – don’t go west!
- Brexit and the NHS
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