Public need not private greed – Birmingham TUC Conference on NHS Privatisation – 22nd Feb

NHS belongs to the peopleOrganised by the Birmingham Trades Union Council.
Privatisation of our health service will reduce staff, service levels, cost us more for treatments, Concerned?

Following on from the successful TUC protest rally in Manchester in September, this important conference is open to all trade unionists and the public to see what we can ALL do to campaign against this threat to our NHS.

11am – 4:30pm, Saturday, 22nd of February 2014.
Priory meeting rooms, Bull Street, City centre, B4 6AF.

TWO Practical Workshops will be available in the afternoon session.

Lord Phillp Hunt, Why we must repeal the 2012 NHS and social care act & why we need whole-person

Terry Mandrell, Keep our National Health services public (KONP Solihull).

Prof: Ann Davis, Emeritus Professor, Social work & Mental Health, University of Birmingham.

Peter Last, National Pensioners Convention.

Dr John Lister Health Emergency campaign.

Chidi Ejimofo, Consultant in Emergency Medicine at Lewisham Hospital campaign.

Saturday, 22nd of February 2014.

Doors open at 11am (for registration)

FREE ADMISSION.

A call for a collection will be made on the day.

Meeting commences 11:30am to 4pm inclusive.

Priory meeting rooms,

Bull Street, City centre.

B4 6AF.

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150 Years of PROUD service to Trade unions & the community.

C/o 54-57 Allison Street, Digbeth, Birmingham, B5 5TH

0121- 643 8668.

All enquires; please email i.scott212@btinternet.com

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