The new issue of Tribune, unlike our government, is dedicated to the NHS. Inside, writer and poet Michael Rosen speaks about why we should cherish our NHS, there's a reprinted interview with architect of the NHS, Aneurin Bevan and also some facsimile pages from the Tribune when he was editor, there's a look at how grassroots organisation can be mobilised to defend healthcare, and an interview with the creators of Casualty to discuss the politics that shaped its message.
Elsewhere - John Lister examines 40 years of NHS privatisation, Grace Blakeley looks a NHS defunding, and Taj Ali looks back at the strike wave that have rocked the NHS in the last year.
Tribune has campaigned for socialist ideals inside and outside parliament since 1937 and was relaunched in print in 2018.
Size: 210 x 296mm
Size: 210 x 297mm