James Linney urges resistance to the ‘organisation of misery’
The introduction of ‘accountable care organisations’ could be the beginning of the end for the NHS, writes James Linney
Ending the current chronic underfunding would be just the first step in overcoming the NHS mental-healthcare crisis, writes James Linney
The fight to save the NHS goes hand in hand with the fight to transform Labour, writes James Linney
The growing trend towards rationing treatment is a disgrace, writes James Linney
Why go for open privatisation when you can quietly administer concealed poison? James Linney describes the reality of underfunding
Support for the junior doctors remains firm, writes James Linney
James Linney analyses the junior doctor contract dispute
There is more to the NHS funding crisis than they want you to believe, writes James Linney
James Linney reviews Robert Lustig's 'Fat chance: the hidden truth about sugar, obesity and disease,' Forthestate, 2013, pp320, £8.99
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