Published: 17 November 2018
For years corporate interests have had their eye on one of Britain’s biggest assets namely the National Health Service.
Working quietly with unprincipled politicians they – and the corporate media – claim the NHS can only survive if it is subject to‘free market’competition.
So why is the British state continuing to privatize the NHS despite overwhelming evidence that the outcome will be deadly
Host Ross Ashcroft is joined by the former doctor and campaigner, Sarah Gangoli and the GP and author, Youssef El-Gingihy, to explain how the national treasure that is the NHS is suffering death by well over a thousand cuts.
With workers pushed to breaking point, is it now time to call time on predatory business models?
Both COVID-19 and the climate crisis are being used as camouflage for central bankers to throw more printed money into a broken system.
With proper access to land denied to the vast majority, is it now time to reclassify trespass as a revolutionary act?