People's History of the NHS


Five Questions: Jonny Banger

Our last episode brings our People's History of the NHS right up to the present. Here, Jonny Banger offers his own perspective on the NHS today, from the perspective of someone who -- like most of us -- has never been without it, and maybe didn't realised how much we all rely on it until he was prompted to do so by the current crises. For him, the NHS is 'one big family. Everyone's invited.' We are lucky to have it, Jonny observes, and 'we must not lose it.'


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