Arguments about service-improvement in the NHS are failing, hence why Jeremy Hunt has resorted to the coercive clause 118. He must be stopped.
The author of 'The Therapy Industry' discusses five books that reveal the interrelations between social conditions and mental health, and the distortions created by the mental health system itself.
Part of our Patriarchy 2013 series: Why is "anal hazing" on the rise in American high schools? (TW: this article contains descriptions of sexual assault).
Radical Nurses groups were active in a number of British cities throughout the 1980s. What light can its archive - especially its sense of 'what if...?' - shed on present-day nursing?
Junior doctors were asleep while politicians tore down our NHS. It’s time to wake up again.
In this second part of a two-part article on abortion in Ireland, the normative arguments underlying the debate are explored
The first of a two-part article on abortion in Ireland. In Part One, the history to the current abortion debate is explained.
The newly-launched "consumer champion for health and social care in England" is packed with free market zealots and designed to be toothless from the outset.
Part one of our collection of blog postings from writers and activists looking to the year ahead.
Described by Marx as a 'phenomenon of political economy', John Bellers was an important early social reformer and theorist