Click on a town and you can visit the Coordinators Pages which now have photos, links to videos etc.
From Jarrow in the North East, through Yorkshire, Midlands and into the South. Thousands of people across the country came to greet us, share their NHS stories and their love, pride and fears for our beloved NHS.
You can rediscover the march by clicking here:
...or by going to the map below, which has links to each town we visited - with photos and videos.
We had lots of amazing support from many different groups, national and local.
A judge has granted permission for 999 Call for the NHS to bring a Judicial Review of NHS England’s draft Accountable Care Organisation contract.
We believe this contract for a new form of local NHS and social care organisation is not only unlawful under current NHS legislation, but would threaten patient safety standards and limit the range of available treatments. The case will be held in Leeds High Court on Tuesday 24th April 2018.
The Judge has also agreed to a Capped Costs Order of £25,000 (ie what we’d have to pay NHS England if we were to lose). This is more than the £15,000 we’d hoped for, but the fact that the judge has agreed to this shows that they consider it is in the public interest for our case to be heard.