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Stop,Look,Listen…my weekly selection of favourite films, books and events to get you out of the house

Watch…. Food, Inc….another engaging collaboration between Manchester Film Cooperative, Trauma at MMU and FoodCycle Manchester. This film, set in America, exposes the links between a small number of corporations and the food chain, sanctioned by the agencies that should be … Continue reading

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Temperature rises in Greater Manchester campaign to save NHS!

If Nye Bevan’s famous statement the NHS will last as long as there are folk with the faith to fight for it is anything to go by, then the NHS is far from being finished in Greater Manchester. Stephen Hall … Continue reading

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People Power Can Save Our NHS!

In the North West of England the threat of privatisation of the NHS is being opposed by a mixture of traditional, such as trade unions, and new organisations, such as 38 Degrees: a reflection of the fact that many people … Continue reading

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The Right Prescription for the NHS:talking to Dr.Chand

Protests against the NHS Bill on Westminster Bridge Why do people get involved in campaigns? For Dr. Kailash Chand, Tameside GP and chair of the Tameside Glossop NHS Trust, it’s about saving a service to which he has devoted his … Continue reading

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