Fri, May 01, 2015
On 30th April Save Our Hospitals joined other campaigners outside the Department of Health where they staged a ‘die-in’ to show support for health workers and to protest at the ongoing attacks on the National Health Service.
A key focus of the die-in was the need to ensure that voters remember to VOTE FOR THE NHS when they go to the polls next Thursday.
Campaigners are clear that, whatever the result of the elections, they will continue to fight to maintain local health services and to protect the NHS from growing privatisation.
The two local campaigns – to save
Charing Cross Hospital and to save – also presented their petitions calling for a stop to the reorganisations and closures in North West London. At least 15,000 people have signed these petitions over the past two years (see picture below where Save Our Hospitals campaigners take boxes of petitions into the Department of Health). Ealing Hospital