Voters would be more likely to vote for a party that promotes public ownership by a ratio of 4:1.
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Labour’s NHS plans sound interesting at first view. But can they survive the pressures on the health service?
The transfer of cancer care services to the private sector, says Rob Flello MP, reminds us that with the NHS there is a lot to stand up for
The chancellor’s vision of a northern powerhouse is a world away from the Department for Transport’s cost-cutting agenda
The chancellor should use his Autumn Statement to set out firm plans for major investment in the north’s rail infrastructure.
There is a real cohesion problem Nicky Morgan hasn’t addressed, and it isn’t Trojan horse nurseries.
The NUS has called it the “latest in a long line of disappointing revelations”.
The NHS is in ‘crisis’, according to today’s Sun. But is it really? Or at least, is it in the way the Sun is arguing?