Green Party candidate welcomes Paul's Moss planning decision

Commenting on the news today that Paul’s Moss in Whitchurch has finally been given the go-ahead, Green Party candidate Duncan Kerr said:

Green peer highlights poor health care for rural Shropshire

Baroness Natalie Bennett, a Green Party Peer, spoke out about Shropshire during a House of Lords debate on Healthcare in Rural Areas last week.

Keep both A&Es demand people across Shropshire and Telford towns

Shropshire and Telford people have made it abundantly clear the need to keep both fully functioning A&Es at Princess Royal, Telford and Royal Shrewsbury hospitals as - as both are today.

NHS at grave risk of privatisation

Eighty years ago our NHS was born out of acute health danger that saw preventable early deaths and long term untreated sickness - unless you could pay.

NHS Future Fit

Shrewsbury and North Shropshire Green Party campaigners, along with many others, are opposed to Future Fit. Below are some of the details of why we think this scheme is bad news for Shropshire.

Oswestry Council hears local people's clear message about A&Es

Oswestry Town Council has unanimously agreed to request NHS health managers to reconsider their Future Fit plan.

Over 50 years worth of Shropshire hospital inpatient beds lost in a single year!

Shropshire 'Healthy Greens' show that the Johnson Government fails to ensure best care for Shropshire emergency patients.

Shropshire Greens respond to the Ockenden Shropshire maternity enquiry

Speaking today Green Party Councillor Julia Evans said “This report was more
shocking than words can express, and our thoughts go out to all the families
damaged by such appalling failures over so long.”

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