Our health service is not for sale...

demonstrate: demonstrate:
As the Health and Social Care Bill goes to its third reading... As the Health and Social Care Bill goes to its third reading...

save our nhs save our nhs kill the bill! kill the bill!
wed 07 september
Assemble st thomAs’ hospitAl 6.30pm

Our health service is not for sale...

wed 07 september
Assemble st thomAs’ hospitAl 6.30pm

Westminster Bridge Rd, SE1 7EH March across the bridge to Parliament Health workers - please wear your uniform
Unison and TUC Vigil at Parliament at 9.30pm

Westminster Bridge Rd, SE1 7EH March across the bridge to Parliament Health workers - please wear your uniform
Unison and TUC Vigil at Parliament at 9.30pm

Protest supported by:
health worker network

Protest supported by:
health worker network

Fight to defend our nhs
* The Tories’ plans threaten to break up our health service and hand it to private sector companies. * 50,000 NHS jobs are being cut and front-line services are under threat. * A huge public outcry has forced Cameron and Clegg to delay the Health and Social Care Bill. * We need to pile on the pressure to make sure the Bill is scrapped and to stop our NHS from being destroyed. *It is the third reading of the Bill on 7 September which proposes to destroy the NHS as we know it. Changes to the Health and Social Care Bill have done nothing to address the most damaging aspects of government health plans that will break up the NHS and put profits ahead of patients. Unison, the largest health sector union, and the TUC have called a candle-lit vigil outside parliament at 9.30pm on 7 September, as the bill goes through. They have also called upon activists to organise protests and vigils outside hospitals across the country. Unite the Union, London Health Worker Network, Right to Work Campaign and Keep Our NHS Public are organising the protest at St Thomas’ at 6pm in response to this call, and are supporting the candle-lit vigil at parliament that evening. Join the protests! It is vital that health workers and everyone who relies on the NHS takes to the streets to defend it.

Fight to defend our nhs
* The Tories’ plans threaten to break up our health service and hand it to private sector companies. * 50,000 NHS jobs are being cut and front-line services are under threat. * A huge public outcry has forced Cameron and Clegg to delay the Health and Social Care Bill. * We need to pile on the pressure to make sure the Bill is scrapped and to stop our NHS from being destroyed. *It is the third reading of the Bill on 7 September which proposes to destroy the NHS as we know it. Changes to the Health and Social Care Bill have done nothing to address the most damaging aspects of government health plans that will break up the NHS and put profits ahead of patients. Unison, the largest health sector union, and the TUC have called a candle-lit vigil outside parliament at 9.30pm on 7 September, as the bill goes through. They have also called upon activists to organise protests and vigils outside hospitals across the country. Unite the Union, London Health Worker Network, Right to Work Campaign and Keep Our NHS Public are organising the protest at St Thomas’ at 6pm in response to this call, and are supporting the candle-lit vigil at parliament that evening. Join the protests! It is vital that health workers and everyone who relies on the NHS takes to the streets to defend it.

protest 07 september

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