Financial crisis of 2008 led to rising unemployment, homelessness and poverty, says British Medical Journal
SCIENCE & HEALTH A major review by the British Medical Journal out today has uncovered a link between the 2008 recession and mental health. What does the report say? According to the BMJ, the recession that followed the financial crisis of 2008 led to rising unemployment, homelessness and poverty that are all important determinants […]
PUBLIC MEETING CENTRAL HALL MANCHESTER CITY CENTRE
Methodist Central Buildings Central Hall Oldham Street Manchester UK LAN M1 1JQ Tel: 161 2361185
Tuesday 7th July 2015, 6.30pm.
The latest Mental Health cut. (Harpurhey Wellbeing Centre)
Signed by the chancellor, George Osborne, and the leaders of the Greater Manchester Combined Authority (GMCA), the latest twist in the Devo Manc agenda was the unique agreement that purported to grant residents “more control over the decisions that affect their lives”. Yet closer inspection suggests a more nuanced picture.
The Conservative Party in Manchester has a very limited membership. We find ourselves running the affairs of four constituencies, with only a handful of those members actually willing to devote their time to the 2015 campaign in four parliamentary constituencies, in addition to running 27 local government candidates for Manchester City Council and two candidates running for Salford City Council.
Our chairman, Nick Savage, runs the master control panel between his full-time duties training as a medical doctor, and preparing for his end-of-year exams. Peter Schofield, the backbone of Manchester Conservatives, who has been working in the party for over fifty years, complains than Nick sends too many emails, but what else can he do when the powers-that-be in the higher echelons of the party keep asking Nick for updates? I imagine Nick arriving home late at night, sitting in his chair and petting his white cat, like Max Von Sydow as Ernst Blofeld in the James Bond film Thunderball, saying, “Number 2, what have you got to report from Withington Constituency?”
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