The Right Hospital and the Right size?

Come and hear about flaws in the privately-funded £335m project to build the Midland Metropolitan Hospital with Dr. John Lister of London Health Emergency

You are invited to the Launch of the Independent Review of the PF2 Business Case 6:30- 8:30 pm on Wednesday 15th June at the Birmingham and Midland Institute, Margaret Street, Birmingham, B3 3BS, organised by Keep Our NHS Public Birmingham Continue reading

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What will the West Midlands Combined Authority mean for jobs, services and local democracy? And how should we respond? A public meeting organised by Birmingham Against the Cuts, supported by Birmingham TUC Wednesday 11 May 7pm Council House

Introductions by Richard Hatcher (Birmingham City University and NUT delegate to BTUC) and Jane Nellist (secretary, Coventry TUC) Continue reading

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Labour plans a national campaign with councils, unions and parents against forcing all schools to become academies

Birmingham councillors are to campaign with the unions, media and the Local Government Association (LGA) to mobilise opposition against the White Paper’s key policy: total academisation, following the the national call to action from the LGA Labour Group. Continue reading

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Birmingham People’s Assembly public meeting Support the Junior Doctors, No Forced Academies, No More #Brumcuts Wednesday 27th April, 7pm, Priory Rooms, 40 Bull Street

Speakers include:

Teju Olaoye, Junior Doctor;
Doug Morgan, assistant secretary Birmingham NUT;
Birmingham UNISON speaker
More speakers to be confirmed

click here for facebook event

 

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WEST HEATH NEEDS ITS LIBRARY! Come and rally for our library! Saturday 9th April at 11am

At the old site on The Fordrough (down the road from Tesco Express) Continue reading

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What will the West Midlands Combined Authority mean for jobs, services and local democracy? And how should we respond? A public meeting organised by Birmingham Against the Cuts, supported by Birmingham TUC Wednesday 11 May 7pm Council House

Introductions by Richard Hatcher (Birmingham City University and NUT delegate to BTUC) and Jane Nellist (secretary, Coventry TUC) Continue reading

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Handsworth Against the Cuts Public meeting Saturday 9 April How can we save our local public services?

11 – 1.30 (10.30 Registration and refreshments)
Oakland young people’s centre, Oakland Road, off Holyhead Rd, B21 0NA
Speakers:
Professor  Black, Handsworth cultural worker
Dr Louise Irvine, GP and chair of Save Lewisham Hospital campaign
Caroline Johnson, Unison branch secretary
For more info: nocutshandsworth@btinternet.com

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