People's History of the NHS


Yorkshire’s NHS

This placard demonstrates concern about both Yorkshire's NHS, but also 'our NHS' more broadly. Such entwining of concerns for the NHS on a local and a national level is common among campaigners, who often meet both to defend local services, but also because of anxieties about what changes in their area mean for the broader work and culture of the National Health Service.

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