Yesterday was a thrilling and inspiring day, as 250,000 people marched in London against the Tories’ war of attrition on the NHS. Labour MP Aneurin Bevan, the ‘father’ of the NHS said that “The NHS will last as long as there are folk left with the faith to fight for it” and it was a tonic for the soul to see that so many people do, and so passionately.
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn, Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell, Unite General Secretary Len McCluskey and PCS’ Mark Serwotka – still recovering from a heart transplant – spoke to the marchers and showed – again – why they are the people we need at the top of their respective organisations.
But while every person who attended the march covered themselves with honour in…
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