The Trade Bill is coming back to Parliament on Wednesday 20th May, and still contains no protection for our NHS!
This is URGENT – Ask your MP now to speak up in the debate and demand that the Trade Bill is amended to protect the NHS. Click here to read more
Labour is drawing up ambitious proposals to rescue the post-coronavirus economy with a radical green recovery plan focused on helping young people who lose their jobs by retraining them in green industries.
Seeking to seize the initiative on the country’s future direction once the pandemic abates, Ed Miliband, the shadow business secretary, has called for the plans to include creating a “zero-carbon army of young people” doing work such as planting trees, insulating buildings and working on green technologies. Click here to read more.
Thousands of doctors have ‘little or no confidence’ in the NHS’ ability to provide safe patient care......
Thousands of doctors have told a BMA survey they have no confidence in being able to manage patient demand in the coming weeks and that caring for those with Covid-19 has severely impacted the treatment and care available for other patients.
More than ten thousand doctors took part in the survey over two thirds said they had either little or no confidence that the expected demand could be properly managed.
Over 50 percent said the care for patients without Covid-19 already suffering with the situation in their hospital Trust, GP practice or local NHS was getting worse. Click here to read more.
Trace and isolate is “the most important requirement right now in every country” to tackle COVID-19, warned David Nabarro, coronavirus special envoy to the World Health Organization. Click here to read more.
UK government proposals, including class sizes of 15, branded unfeasible by unions. Click here to read more.
It beggars belief that the government would consider freezing the pay of public sector workers at a time like this. Click here to read more.
What are your rights if you refuse to work because of safety concerns over coronavirus at your workplace?
Last night, the prime minister encouraged workers who can’t work from home and who don’t work in industries that are closed down to return to work.
This announcement took unions and employers by surprise – and it poses a serious threat to workers’ safety.
So what are workers’ rights to refuse to work if they are worried?
Above all: all workers have a right to be safe at work, wherever they work and whatever they do. Coronavirus does not change this. Click here to read more.