People's History of the NHS


Everybody together, January 1963

Cover of the National Union of Public Employees' Journal, January 1963. NUPE saw itself as the union for everybody who worked for the NHS or local government and this cover depicts many of the groups they looked to recruit from: nurses, technical workers, ambulance drivers, cleaners, ancillary workers and clerks.

Modern Records Centre / UNISON, the public services union

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