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CARDS, CAROLS AND ELVES TO SAVE GREATER MANCHESTER NHS Last Christmas we had an NHS And the very next year We gave it away…and sometimes to no-one special…’ Save the NHS campaigners were out at the Albert Square Christmas Market in Manchester today, singing festive songs and carols with suitably changed lyrics, much […]
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?”
Karen Reissmann, a local nurse who is standing against Labour MP Gerald Kauffman, said, “People in Gorton are looking for change. There is a deep sense of betrayal at Labour’s failure to represent ordinary people. It cuts through every conversation, even with Labour loyalists.”
The message is clear and members of the public, Unison members and members of MUN turned out on Valentines Day asking those who Love Manchester to tell Manchester City Councillors not to implement cuts to Manchester Mental Health Services already cut to the marrow as Manchester City Councillor Paul Andrews (Bagley) recently said: “These cuts are already down to the marrow.” MUN’s Chair Paul Reed in response said: ” This mean further killer cuts will mean the loss of lives and that’s something Manchester User’s Network is not prepared to allow, if this Council implements these killer cuts MUN would seek legal action against Manchester City Council.”
Ms Dignan has experience as an NHS chairman, having led the Manchester Mental Health and Social Care Trust since 2004.
New chairman for North West Ambulance Service By Pamela McGowan Monday, 26 January 2015 Wyn Dignam A new chairman of the ambulance service which covers Cumbria has been announced. Wyn Dignan will take up the role at the North West Ambulance Service NHS Trust (NWAS) following the departure of Mary Whyham, who left in December […]
Make This The Biggest Meeting Concerning Mental Health Manchester Has Ever Seen!
Make This The Biggest Meeting Concerning Mental Health Manchester Has Ever Seen. We Need Ideas To Fix The Rot. People are dying. Meeting Saturday 22nd November, 2014 “It’s Time to be Heard” If your connected to mental health and we all are, you havCOME AND JOIN US !
“WHAT MANCHESTER DOES TODAY THE WORLD WILL DO TOMORROW “e to be there !