999 Call for the NHS is a 100% volunteer run campaign group.
Right now in Summer 2018 we are raising funds to continue the campaign into the Autumn and Winter months.
We are mindful that our Permission to Appeal is still in process in the High Courts. Even though NHS England are ignoring this and ploughing ahead with Accountable Care Organisation contracts (given nice names such Integrated Care Provider Contracts now) which we believe will threaten patient safety and access to comprehensive healthcare.
Our aim now has to be continuing as best we can to get teh public to see that behind the blue logo the business and corporate world is attacking the NHS to make as much money as it can. We would like to help provide speakers for public talks and meetings and this means being able to support them with travel expenses and resources.
Thanks for helping us. Every penny is appreciated. Money received via our website will be ringfenced to support the "behind the scenes" activity of the Judicial Review and our work with campaigners up and down the country.
Please donate whatever you can. Every penny goes to the campaign.
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We are not aligned to any political party.
We never have been. That would divide us.
The first thing we have to do as the people of this country is create the political WILL to have an NHS the way we remember it - comprehensive and universal regardless of ability to pay.
We know it's going to take political legislation to bring back the NHS into public hands but we remain independent of all the parties in order to lobby and pressure them all. We are about people and the NHS they should be able to keep.
So to all MPs and politicians - If the policy fits, we'll support it.
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