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.
We met with entrepreneur and CEO of State of Flux Alan Day and hedge fund manager and investor Mitch Fierstein to discuss how the Corona virus will affect the world's supply chains.
We discuss the implications of neoliberalism for humanity whose influence has helped unleash the kind of chaotic society we now live in.
Since Brexit and talk of a US trade deal, American corporations and insurance companies have had their eye on one of the greatest British social achievements, the NHS.