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Why oh why Mr Johnson?

Mr Johnson:
If the NHS means so much to you, why has the Tory government starved if of the funds needed to meet demand?
If health matters then why have you cut funding for public health over the last decade?
If children's education matters, then why have you let schools crumble?
If social care matters, then why have you not funded it?
If children's services matter, then why have you cut them?
If local democracy matters, then why have you starved local authorities of the funds needed for their statutory duties?
If you want to close the gap of inequality, then why has child poverty increased?
Why is pensioner poverty increasing?
Why are so many families having to depend on food banks?
Why is growth sluggish after a decade of Tory management of the economy?
Why is the United Kingdom at risk of breaking apart?
Why oh why Mr Johnson?

Hilary and Steven Rose lift the lid on modern biomedical science.

The disgraceful falsehood of Mr Osborne's spending review

The Nuffield Trust warn of increased pressure on NHS following spending review.

BMA concern that cuts will seriously affect social care

Breastfeeding boosts ability to climb social ladder

"NHS on the edge of failure"

Red tape and lack of capacity prevent NHS improvements, reveals new BMA survey

Stardust in Oxford

Care Quality Commission whistleblower receives international whistleblowing award

Peter Singer and the ethics of food

A philosopher’s role in biomedical ethics.

Electronic cigarettes to be regulated as medicines

Failure to act on corporate tax avoidance is a disgrace.

Questions raised about safety of new diabetes drugs: regulators failing to act on warning signs

Labour disappoint on welfare. It is time to speak up for the poor.

BMA launches new initiative to give patients the real story behind NHS change and pressures

Mr Miliband makes a Balls up on benefits.