Today, during Prime Minister’s Questions, the benches of the House of Commons went silent during a debate about the cost of living crisis as the leader of the Labour Party...

Behind the headlines: the unequal impact of the cost of living crisis has been published by National Voices.

Behind the headlines: the unequal impact of the cost of living crisis is the very first report in National Voices' ‘Behind the Headlines’ series, which gathers insight and intelligence from its 190 members on pertinent and current topics. 

National Voices have...

Pavi Brar
Thu, 23 June 2022
10am-4pm
National Voices' Conference on Integrated Care Systems
National Voices, along with Healthwatch England and 69 other healthcare organisations have signed a shared statement to mark the second anniversary of the first COVID-19 lockdown.

Through working with and listening to our members and the communities they support, we have identified four key priorities that now need to be addressed: Access, mental health, Long Covid and inequalities.

“We stop to remember the lives of over 185,000 people in the UK

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Shared statement marking the second anniversary of the first UK COVID-19 lockdown

23 March 2022 marks the second anniversary of the first COVID-19 lockdown in the UK.  Two years on, the government have just launched their ‘Living with Covid’ plan which involves lifting most of the protective measures put in place to help keep the virus from spreading.  

This shared statement has been signed by 71 organisations including National Voices and Healthwatch England. Through working with and listening to our 190 members and the communities they support, we have identified four key priorities that now need to be addressed. 

These are: 

National Voices welcomes that the Secretary of State’s speech on NHS reform focuses on user voice personalisation and choice, but questions whether the big issues that need to be resolved are sufficiently addressed.

Charlotte Augst, CEO of National Voices, the coalition of health and care charities in England, says:  

"It is good to see that the Secretary of State doesn’t announce yet more structural change, and instead focuses on the services and choices that will be

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