NHS SOS by Raymond Tallis

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The final chapter of NHS SOS instructs us how to fight back and drag our favourite institution out of intensive care. Buy the book, read that chapter, act. Otherwise, we'll all be sorry when she's dead and gone – and 90% of the country can't afford to be sick.
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The Coalition Government passed into law an unprecedented assault on the NHS. Doctors, unions, the media, even politicians who claimed to be stalwart defenders failed to protect it. Now the effect of those devastating reforms are beginning to be felt by patients – but we can still save our country’s most valued institution if we take lessons from this terrible betrayal and act on them.
 

About Raymond Tallis

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Raymond Tallis was professor of geriatric medicine at the University of Manchester until he left to become a full-time writer in 2006.
 
Published January 7, 2013 by Oneworld Publications. 290 pages
Genres: Political & Social Sciences, Professional & Technical. Non-fiction
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Reviewed by Yvonne Roberts on Jun 29 2013

The final chapter of NHS SOS instructs us how to fight back and drag our favourite institution out of intensive care. Buy the book, read that chapter, act. Otherwise, we'll all be sorry when she's dead and gone – and 90% of the country can't afford to be sick.

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Reviewed by Yvonne Roberts on Jun 29 2013

The final chapter of NHS SOS instructs us how to fight back and drag our favourite institution out of intensive care. Buy the book, read that chapter, act.

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