Labour joined NHS campaigners this morning to protest cuts to our local NHS services, and the possible job losses as a result.
David Spencer explains how the NHS needs a government prepared to invest in our Health Service to make a difference both locally and nationally.
Over 50% of ‘at risk’ phone boxes in north Norfolk have been saved thanks to a Labour campaign which helped put phone signal back on the news agenda.
A petition has been started calling on local hospitals in the county to scrap car parking charges in line with hospitals in Scotland, Wales and Ireland.
The local Labour Party is calling for residents to oppose BT removing phone boxes in rural villages in North Norfolk. The company wishes to remove over seventy in rural communities citing the increased use of mobile phones as a reason to do so.
The drop comes as the Care Quality Commission continues its review into the local ambulance service.
Labour warns cuts will particularly hit the growing number of frail older people who rely on local health services – with the threat of more to come.
Labour is continuing its campaigning on mobile phone coverage in North Norfolk by writing to the mobile phone operators about 3G and 4G coverage in the district.
The chiefs of four NHS bodies have all refused to attend a public meeting called to discuss the crisis in the local NHS.
A Norfolk council raised nearly £4,000 in car park fees during its ‘free’ parking days, prompting concerns about how the council dealt with the scheme.