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About Guddi Singh

Guddi is a doctor training in Paediatrics in London. She also has a Masters in Public Health from Harvard University and has worked for the World Health Organization. She is passionate about social justice, human rights and challenging barriers to access to health.

Articles by Guddi Singh

This week's editor

Constitutional conventions: best practice

The People vs. PFI – Giving PFI a run for our money

The Private Finance Initiative is an unfair, unaccountable rip-off, destroying our NHS. A conference this Saturday (1 November) aims to show campaigners how to fight back.

Boots loots - what has happened to our friendly high street pharmacist?

Our friendly high street pharmacists are turning into trojan horses for further NHS privatisation.

999 March for the NHS sets off tomorrow for 3 weeks

NHS campaigners are marching in the footsteps of the 1936 Jarrow hunger marchers, joining up NHS campaigners across the country. Will you join them en route?

An open letter to all NHS staff - March with us this summer

A group of NHS campaigners are marching from the North East to London over the next few weeks. Will you join them?

Without tax justice, England's health services will crumble

The budget's failure to clamp down on tax avoidance - centred on the City of London - starves both our own and overseas health systems of desperately needed cash.

Asleep on the job - England's young doctors and the NHS reforms

Junior doctors were asleep while politicians tore down our NHS. It’s time to wake up again.

The fight to save the NHS returns to its birthplace

As the NHS turns 65 today, a fight for its very survival is shaping up in its birthplace - Trafford General Hospital.

A battle of biblical proportions: can Lewisham beat Jeremy Hunt?

In a battle which is being seen as a test case for A&E and hospital cuts and downgrades nationwide, Lewisham campaigners are taking the Secretary of State to court - and they need your help.

Reclaiming our NHS

OurNHS today launches a new citizens journalism initiative with 38 Degrees. Where the government and the media have failed to tell us how the NHS is being dismantled, we, the public can step in.

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