Forging links in protests against NHS
ANTI-CUTS campaigners are meeting to discuss the next stage of protests against NHS changes.
Protesters said they are delighted by Monday's decision by NHS Gloucestershire to set up a stand-alone NHS Trust, instead of outsourcing community health services and hospitals, as originally intended.
Cheltenham and Gloucester Against Cuts group will meet with the National Shop Stewards Network to discuss the role of the unions in fighting against privatisation.
People are invited to Barton and Tredworth Community Centre on Thursday, November 8 at 7.30pm.
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Sue Powell from the group said: "Monday's vote shows it is possible for even small campaigns to win significant battles.
"Cheltenham and Gloucester Against Cuts hopes that it will be possible to build on this victory, strengthen links to the trade unions and other anti-cuts groups in the county and see bigger campaigns to defend jobs, services and conditions across the public sector, but especially in the NHS."