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Organise a huge march against the Health & Social Care Bill

The only thing keeping the bill on track is Cameron's support. The Tories are terrified that this will become their Poll Tax. Let's make it that. If enough people come out on the streets, they will drop the bill like a hot coal. This march could be organised with the help of other organisations.

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      • Teddy McnabbTeddy Mcnabb commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        e-mail the Labour and get Unite involved? i dont think so, just look at the babies spawned by Labour to the serious detriment of the disabled. and Unite and others fund it. Blair, Murdoch, Lord Fraud Freud, Brown , Lord Fraud Freud. Wrb,Atos, Serco, Sucides, Torment, Terror, Injustice. of course Fraud Freud was a Labour peer now he went to where closet Tory Labour is The Tory Party.! #theirallthesame

      • cliffordclifford commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        they are proving to all this is not a government it is a dictatorship who's arrogance will not allow anything to stand in its way i have e mailed the labour party numerous times with very little responce they are ignoring public opinion and petitions mean nothing to them they are laughing at us the time has come to take to the streets and make them listen its up to us now
        ITS PUT UP OR SHUT UP THEY ARE NOT LISTENING

      • AnonymousAnonymous commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        Everyone should start e-mailing the Labour Party and ask them to also get involved, dont forget to mention this website so that they can get incontact and start communicating for the same cause. Time Unite and speak with one voice.

        Time to take action because talk is not going to do anything alone.

      • cliffordclifford commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        unless people regain there pride and spirit this goverment will continue to look after the rich they know they have the upper hand because people have become downtrodden in mind and body the perfect position for cowards and bullies to operate they are openly laughing and sneering at the working classes the people on this site have there eyes open what is wrong with the rest of the country WE NEED TO WAKE THIS COUNTRY UP IN THE LOUDEST POSSIBLE MANNER

      • Jonathan MaherJonathan Maher commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        Lets get cracking, this coalition is mortally wounded, its lost popular support, lets get the bar stewards now.
        The thought of another 3 years of these bunch of useless posh boys is frightening. A huge march of a coalition of different interests will show this coalition we dont want them and they don't represent us.

      • Mark BishopMark Bishop commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        dodgy dossier pasty tax railtrack care homes unum deloitte tory contributions atos cash for questions flipping homes camdine withme tax haven vodaphone on taxis barclays boris granny tax imf esf eu uk customs exise 10p tax vat elite poor new world order military met police water canon rubber bullets student fees privatisation health education #stuffgovernmentcriminals
        anything i missed please feel free to add

      • cliffordclifford commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        we need to get things moving now georgey boy has pledged 10 billion to the imf we are going to pay again they have now made it clear they will do as they please no matter what people say i would say we now have a blatant dictatorship with no regard for anyone or anything if it involves looking afer there own people cameron and osbourne are now in the realm of infamy not fame

      • KatieKatie commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        The Socialist Party of England and Wales gives it's full support to a protest march!

      • cliffordclifford commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        i find most people tend to ignore things till it happens to them it is this attitude the goverment thrives on so we all need to get back our community spirit band together to stop issues before they start rather than do battle after the only answer to our problems is to be seen as a united people at the moment divide and conquer is working well for them

      • cliffordclifford commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        i have just had a taste of things changing i have been waiting for some time now for a pain management programme after repeated visits to my gp protesting about waiting time i get a phone call from the nhs stating my options 1st option wait till june or july for pain management in clatterbridge or arrowe park hospitals 2nd option go to murray private hospital appointment within 2 weeks but will be seeing same consultant at private hospital this is why consultant waiting lists are so long because they are seeing to privates first my gp stated he got me in on a pick and choose because of my protesting i do not agree with nhs patients having to wait whilst consultants make money in private healthcare and then we get them when they are ready to make more money out of nhs my point in writing this is people pressure your gp over waiting lists who knows some of them may come out if we get this march going hey anonymous we need to get leaflets out to the cities to get this march going i live in liverpool all areas need to move at the same time not just london

      • AnonymousAnonymous commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        May I comment on the "choreography". There's been choreography over a much longer time scale of 30 years. The 1st step was to silence the doctors & nurses with the data protection act when they introduced trusts. From that point onwards whichever government was in power it completely ignored concerns expressed through the GMC etc. It's been as if they been trying to push for a mass resignation from the NHS Doctors & nurses have honestly hung on in there like grim death to preserve it. If they say anything & it goes public they get the sack!! That's why you haven't heard from them.
        This isn't a party political issue at all it goes across all parties, Labour just as much as Tories.
        The unions are worried about living standards of their workers, the public are scared of terrorism during the Olympics.
        I think the government have outwitted us. We didn't move fast enough - & didn't manage to inform the public of what was happening.

      • cliffordclifford commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        a huge march is a brilliant idea not only does it send a clear message people who may have fell by the wayside may be uplifted enough to join in as well it is so easy to fall into the (ah well it will happen no matter what say bracket) this is exactly how they want you to be a march denys them that pleasure

      • cliffordclifford commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        you only have to watch government debates on tele to realise they are a bunch of rich brats running around causing chaos calling each other names i tell my children to grow up when they act like that the bills are pulled out of crackers presented to them at the weekly mansion parties where they pat each other on the back and lie to themselves that the country needs them well the time is coming mr cameron for you and your like to realise this is our country not your own personal piggie bank if i performed my job as you do i would get the sack why should you be any different

      • AnonymousAnonymous commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        What seemed so chilling was the "choreography" of it all, smoothly going forward no matter what. Selling off cottage hospitals, buttering up GPs etc and all the while unfortunately the medical establishment presumably did not realise quite the scale of the deception and kept trying to have sane discussions with Lansley, the used car salesman. Seems like there is no justification anyway as it is not likely to save the nation any money by privatisation. Teachers obvously have got wind of this kind of government strategy now, and at the very least their planned strikes will offer an opportunity for others to join in on other issues of public sector survival. I think 38 degrees cannot lead on marches etc as it is non party political. I did wonder if there is any mileage in mass complaining via the health ombudsman that we are not getting the health service we were promised before the election.

      • FrancesFrances commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        What are you proposing the next step of action will be??? Im with u 110% - have u heard about 30th June?

      • Wendé Anne MaunderWendé Anne Maunder commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        But this time get together with all other interested organisations, regardless of all other differences in politics, etc,. to form a single issue massive protest.

      • AnonymousAnonymous commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        Carl, what people could do through 38degrees is organise a collection & ask for donations to help finance stalls in high streets, outside train & bus stations, hospitals, concerts, olympics, football clubs, bars and any other places/areas that many people use on a regular basis and spread the word to educate people what has happened. In the mean time someone with influence like 38degrees should be contacting unions and other interested party's to organise such a march.

        The tories were so clever with this because they always promised before and during the election campaign no root and branch changes to the nhs if the tories get into Downing Street, also they would only financially ring fence and protect the nhs. The nhs was not even part of or in the the tory manifesto so the electorate could safely believe the tories promise. Cameron and company lied to and conned the entire population of the United Kingdom. That is Fraud and outright deceit.

        The Tories should not get away with this without the biggest fight in history because they have lied to every single person in this country and they cannot be seen to be laughing at all of us.

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