Category Archives: Health & Wealth

Health reforms – beyond black and white

Really thoughtful, considered post from Craig DP. Click on Health, wealth and stealth to view. As you point out – if it was easy (and it was possible for one person or organisation or even sector) to get our arms … Continue reading

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Why I am marching POPse! on the Hardest Hit protest on Wednesday 11th of May

Tomorrow I’m going on the Hardest Hit march to protest against the cuts to benefits and services which disabled people, those with long-term conditions and their families need to live their lives I am taking POPse! with me because … Continue reading

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Health, Wealth and Stealth: roundtable report

After an hour of careful deliberations, the POPse! Health, Wealth + Stealth session concluded that it was almost impossible to identify any golden keys that may unlock good returns for investors or people with learning disabilities in terms of bringing … Continue reading

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NHS Poll: if I were Andrew Lansley….

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The NHS reforms – today’s political football

The NHS reforms are back in the news today.  This morning Nick Clegg said he would defend the NHS, Ed Miliband said he had always defended the NHS and David Cameron has already said the reforms should pause. During POPse! … Continue reading

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Could the NHS reforms be good for us?

The NHS reforms are ill conceived and ill thought out. Lansley’s proposals are opposed by patients and NHS staff alike. With the nurses’ vote of no confidence and the health minister’s own suggestion of a “pause” in the progress of … Continue reading

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