AN SOS NHS march and rally is being held in Southampton city centre on Saturday, January 28.
A spokesperson said: “The NHS crisis is a crisis of government.
The Tory government are quick to blame everyone and everything but themselves for the current crisis they have created in our NHS. Health Secretary, Steve Barclay told already exhausted NHS staff to work even harder if they want a pay rise.
We believe it is Steve Barclay and the Conservative Government who should be working harder to fix the current NHS crisis that is now costing lives at an unprecedented rate.”
The organisers are calling on all Keep Our NHS Public groups and all those that support the SOS NHS coalition in their allied campaigns and trade unions to join in a national day of action.
They are asking people to take to the streets and demand an end to the crisis and show support for striking NHS staff.
The event will be held from noon to 1.30pm on the 28th at the city’s Bargate.
For more information, visit: sosnhs.org
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