This 23 June 2020 video from Britain says about itself:
Tonight we discuss the Future of OUR NHS. Joining host Laura Pidcock:
Jeremy Corbyn MP; John Lister, Health Campaigns Together; Ellen Lees, We Own It
From daily The Morning Star in Britain, 27 July 2020:
Earlier lockdown could have saved lives of London bus drivers, finds review
AN EARLIER lockdown could have saved the lives of London bus drivers who died during the Covid-19 pandemic, according to an independent review published today.
London bus drivers aged 20-64 had a mortality rate that was 3.5 times higher than men of the same age in all occupations in England and Wales from March to May, the review by the UCL Institute of Health Equity found.
Institute director Professor Sir Michael Marmot said: “Our review explicitly suggests that lockdown was the main factor that saved bus drivers’ lives.
By Peter Lazenby in Britain, 26 July 2020:
Care home bosses accused of risking lives of residents and staff over sick pay
CARE-HOME bosses were accused today of putting the lives of residents and staff at risk by refusing to pay full sick pay to workers who self-isolate.
Unison said that despite financial support offered by councils, care-home owners were refusing to pay sick pay, forcing staff to work even when showing symptoms of the coronavirus.
The union in Salford said the city council’s package of protections for care workers during the pandemic involves financial support for providers in exchange for guarantees that include full pay to care workers who have to self-isolate.