Alex Nunns is a
writer and campaigner. He tweets as @alexnunns
and blogs at MUCK.
is Associate Editor for openDemocracy's Arab Awakening page.
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How did a privatised hospital now rated the worst for caring in England, persuade so many journalists and politicians to hail it as a 'miracle'? Alex Nunns takes a satirical look.
Sir David Nicholson's parting shot to the NHS is to suggest scrapping the hated 'purchaser-provider split' - and replacing it with something far worse.
It has been a big year for the English health service, for the wrong
reasons. With so much happening so fast, Alex Nunns of the NHS Support
Federation pulls together the strands to explain what is really going on
in the NHS.
This week, Alex Nunns, campaigner with Keep Our NHS Public, was headhunted for a job at private health firm Care UK. His proposal? A new coporate motto: ‘Providing less, for more’.
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