Want to join in with Printed Matter’s radical book club, you can come along Monday, 14th Jan at 6pm. We’re discussing Dr Youssef El-Gingihy’s ‘How To Dismantle the NHS in 10 Easy Steps’ & it’s only 114 pages! Available in store.

how to dismantle the nhs in 10 easy steps

Youssef El-Gingihy returns to his 10 Easy Steps in order to strengthen his original argument and continue what Labour leader, Jeremy Corbyn, deems ‘one of the most fundamental battles we face in a struggle for a British society that works for the many’. In the year of the 70th anniversary of the NHS, Dr El-Gingihy’s insights have never been more vital as our national health service continues to be hit by the privatisation of public services. New expanded second edition with chapters on junior doctor’s strikes and plans for US-style healthcare.
Youssef El-Gingihy found himself stricken with a life-threatening illness and the NHS doctor became the NHS patient. The fight to save the NHS transformed into a fight for his own life. Now, fully recovered, Dr. Youssef El-Gingihy returns to his 10 Easy Steps in order to strengthen his original argument and continue what Labour leader, Jeremy Corbyn, deems ‘one of the most fundamental battles we face in a struggle for a British society that works for the many’. In the year of the 70th anniversary of the NHS, Dr El-Gingihy’s insights have never been more vital as our national health service continues to be hit by the privatisation of public services. New expanded second edition with chapters on junior doctor’s strikes and plans for US-style healthcare.

Avaialble in store & online. 10% discount to all book club members, students & 1066 Card holders.

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