Silver linings in the summer of discontent and what’s next

Some have dubbed it the ‘summer of discontent‘. Hyperbole or not, the last few weeks in British politics have been turbulent to say the least. What with Brexit, the Prime Minister’s resignation, the opposition party in chaos, the official condemnation of an unnecessary war, and a rise in racial hate crimes – the divide and … More Silver linings in the summer of discontent and what’s next

The NHS doesn’t need a stronger economy, it needs a nation that cares about its health

Earlier this year, in the lead up to the UK general election, health care was a hot topic. With an ageing population, increasing rates of obesity and the rising incidence of cancer, it was clear that money alone could not solve this problem. However, the only solutions discussed by politicians, the media and the people, … More The NHS doesn’t need a stronger economy, it needs a nation that cares about its health