UK Health Newswire Archive
06-02-2008 10:33Now the inquest has decided his wife was killed unlawfully by the NHS hospital which employed her, Arnel Cabrera is to be deported. Naughty man, he's foreign and was only allowed to live and work in England because his wife, the one the NHS killed, was a theatre nurse. You can protest -- right now -- without leaving your comfortable chair. Unless of course you know different.
05-02-2008 12:16The Iraq Solidarity Campaign has repeatedly warned both Iraqi and Western governments about the growth of poverty in Iraq
02-02-2008 12:30The United Nations praised the ration system as being “the world’s largest and most effective relief effort”
02-02-2008 10:08Here it is the proof... along with this there is thirty years of documentation of the developement and distribution of AIDS as will as who worked on the project..just google the patents...
31-01-2008 15:52Visiting southwark.gov.uk, the concerned friend or relative can find advice centres on all manner of problems, from ageism and racism to alcohol and drug addiction. For the last, Southwark Council recommends Narconon, a drug rehabilitation program promoted by the Church of Scientology. Why is Southwark Council handing over vulnerable people to a sinister international cult?
29-01-2008 20:15At the last Midsummer House demo protesters were told about another reason some people dislike the ‘diseased liver restaurant’… they are taking over our common!
28-01-2008 15:27The Iraq Solidarity Campaign would like to congratulate the efforts of The Association of Muslim Scholars in Iraq (AMSI), whose Baiji Branch has been providing substantial humanitarian and fuel assistance to the needy and displaced, including 600 families living in the area.
26-01-2008 17:33'City Blood Service Is At Threat', screams today's grammatically suspect Liverpool Echo headline. But just who is threatening the service? Apparently it's people who work there!
January 25, 2008 - UK
VEHICLES TRASHED AT OXFORD UNI SUPPLIER
23-01-2008 21:19Congratulations to the Gazans for a powerful non-violent direct action opening the Rafah border with Egypt this morning, and allowing 30,000 people to nip to the shops and buy some food, petrol and medicines.
Rafah is a divided town - the Palestinians on the Gazan side of the wall are desperate for food, fuel and medicines due to the increasingly severe seige imposed by Israel. This morning Gazans finally broke the siege and broke through to the Egyptian side of Rafah to buy supplies. No-one yet knows how long the border will remain open.
22-01-2008 22:30A doctor speaks out about the problems Israel’s ongoing siege of the Gaza Strip is coursing the health system there.
21-01-2008 21:54A rainy day demo at Midsummer House against its sale of diseased liver. Diseased meat, yummy?
19-01-2008 13:48The dates have been confirmed for the World’s largest Vegan Event! Sat May 31st and Sunday June 1st are booked for this massive vegan extravaganza in the heart of Bristol by the waterside in the Amphitheatre!
15-01-2008 13:14Lydd Airport on remote Romney Marsh, Kent' s expansion plans were further delayed when the CEO of Shepway District Council deferred the planning applications full council meeting (due Jan 30) to a later date....
Demo's planned for the 30th are now on hold.
14-01-2008 14:01January 7th saw the return of MPs to Parliament. It also saw the IWW co-ordinate an international phone blockade. Wobblies chose to celebrate the occasion by sending a message to the Health Minister - Alan Johnson - that cuts to the National Blood Service are not acceptable. Phones were tied up all day as campaigners and supporters from as far afield as Poland, Canada, and the United States, as well as hundreds from around the UK, took part. The IWW in the UK has an active and growing job branch in a National Blood Service processing centre.
13-01-2008 14:59Anyone for Tea with Queen?