Whitehaven News column – 27th March 2014

Calling all Patients & Medical Professionals No institution, however special, whatever its national importance ever has been or ever can be free from criticism – the monarchy, the church, Parliament are all proof of this. But when criticisms are made of the NHS, let us try to find the reasons for the criticisms, identify the … More Whitehaven News column – 27th March 2014

North Cumbria’s hospitals set to ‘fall over’ as junior doctors are removed from WCH

25th March 2014 Copeland MP and Shadow Health Minister Jamie Reed has expressed fears for the future of hospital services in Whitehaven and Carlisle as a result of junior doctors being removed from the West Cumberland Hospital.  He said:  “I was recently informed by a senior local clinician that the six trainee doctors at the … More North Cumbria’s hospitals set to ‘fall over’ as junior doctors are removed from WCH

Copeland MP welcomes Whitehaven campus progress

4th March 2014 Copeland MP, Jamie Reed, has welcomed Cumbria County Council’s allocation of £250,000 for a feasibility study into the proposed three-school campus in Whitehaven. The study will assess the suitability for St Benedict’s Roman Catholic High School, Mayfield School and Whitehaven Academy to be situated on a single £35m campus in the town. … More Copeland MP welcomes Whitehaven campus progress

Copeland MP calls for further action on flooding

3rd March 2014 Last week, Labour forced a debate in the House of Commons on the recent severe flooding which affected thousands of people and businesses across the country. Labour demands that the Government must do more to help prevent future flooding, and that lessons must be learnt from the inexcusable chaotic response from the … More Copeland MP calls for further action on flooding