The NHS: free and caring or a market commodity?
The Coalition government is treating the NHS "more like a failing bank than a public service," according to The Lancet.
Too posh to care
Being referred to a private hospital by the NHS doesn't neccessarily mean better care.
How libel laws help privatisers and harm the NHS
The government claims it is making NHS more transparent. But libel laws shield health companies from scrutiny.
Are England’s small specialist hospitals becoming an endangered species?
In the first of a new series of dispatches from the frontline of England's National Health Service, published in...
Private healthcare fraud - a growing risk
A brand new report from the Centre for Health & the Public Interest highlights how the increased use of private...
Are global vaccination programmes helping the most needy?
As the politics of aid to lower income countries comes under greater scrutiny are the needs of the poor in middle...
Death knell sounds for cradle to grave service
Is Cameron about to realise Margaret Thatcher's dream and abandon universal healthcare provision?