Jon Ashworth

A fundamental review of the NHS is needed to address a financial crisis, Lord Kerslake said, after quitting as the boss of
For there can be no doubt: our health service is in crisis. Waiting lists for treatments have surpassed four million for the first time in a decade, thousands are waiting too long for cancer check-ups and millions are waiting too long in A&E.
With Brexit talks taking some small steps forward this week, listen carefully and you could hear some tiny tectonic shifts
Someone who knew this better than most was Jo Cox. She knew loneliness affect us all. In her own words: "young or old, loneliness doesn't discriminate." So I was honoured to speak at a meeting organised in her name as part of the Jo Cox Loneliness Commission this week.
Jonathan Ashworth also appeared to row back on Labour pledges to pull out of all PFI deals.
Theresa May should pump half a billion pound into the NHS to avoid a looming winter crisis for the NHS, Labour has said.  Shadow
Two thirds of councils have cut their addiction and prevention budgets.
Labour has accused the government of “dismantling the country’s public health system” after shocking figures revealed two