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A senior Mebyon Kernow Councillor has urged Cornwall Council’s head of health to intervene urgently into the A&E crisis at Derriford Hospital after a resident had to wait seven hours to see a doctor following an injury last week.
Published: 21st May 2018
At a meeting of MK members in the St Austell and Newquay Constituency on Friday (19th January), there was unanimous opposition to NHS England’s proposal to move some cancer treatments out of Cornwall.
Published: 26th January 2018
The Deputy Leader of Mebyon Kernow has spoken out against NHS England’s plan to centralise some cancer treatments out of Cornwall.
Published: 5th December 2017
Mebyon Kernow have welcomed the agreement from Public Health, NHS Kernow, and the Portfolio Holder at Cornwall Council Jim McKenna to hold an urgent meeting with sufferers of the disease in South East Cornwall.
Published: 12th April 2016
Mebyon Kernow members held their 2015 Conference at Lys Kernow (New County Hall), Truro, on Saturday (14th November). Keynote speeches to the event were delivered by Party Leader Cllr Dick Cole and former Labour councillor Michael Bunney, while a series of motions were debated at the event.
Published: 15th November 2015
Mebyon Kernow have called for urgent action from Central Government to protect vital front line emergency services following a spate of problems across South East Cornwall. Cllr Andrew Long, who represents Callington on Cornwall Council and is the PPC for South East Cornwall made the call following more problems with both Police and Ambulance cover across the South East over the festive period.
Published: 29th December 2014
Mebyon Kernow’s prospective parliamentary candidate for Camborne, Redruth and Hayle, Mike Champion has condemned the decision of the Royal Cornwall Hospitals Trust (RCHT) to privatise over 450 “hospital services” jobs in the Cornish NHS.
Published: 29th November 2013
Mebyon Kernow – the Party for Cornwall has condemned moves from the Coalition Government to introduce regional pay for workers in the National Health Service. This follows an announcement from the Health Secretary Andrew Lansley that he backs lower pay for NHS staff in poorer areas, which MK knows would be a disaster for Cornwall.
Published: 22nd April 2012
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