- April 13, 2011
So the London Ambulance Service will now have to lose 560 frontline jobs, 20 percent of the total. So, according to Unison’s regional organiser, Phil Thompson, “These cuts are so deep they may not heal. If allowed to be carried out they will put at risk the many Londoners who rely on the LAS every day.”
And now John Heyworth, president of the College of Emergency Medicine tells us
The emergency care system is struggling to cope at the moment… Many departments spend their time firefighting because of the number of patients coming in, the...