Media coverage April-June 2015

June 2015

5: We need action on public health now. Huffington Post

10: MP Panel World at One. BBC (29:25 in)

10: Who are Mersey MPs supporting in the Labour leadership race? Liverpool Echo

11: Hillary Clinton joins Instagram and totally wins. Look

13: Mental health patients forced to go to A&E. Mirror

18: Andy Burnham is the man Labour needs to win back power in 2020. New Statesman

22: Labour’s Luciana Berger weds music manager at historic Liverpool synagogue. Jewish Chronicle

22: How we spend more on weight-loss surgery than on obesity prevention. Daily Mail

 

May 2015

2: Revealed: Morbidly obese British. Express

6: ‘System failure’ of NHS mental health services puts pressure on A&E wards. Guardian

6: Children failed by government as NHS crisis sees emergency admissions for youngsters soar. Mirror

7: Forty under 40: It’s time to meet our amazing Top 10! Jewish News

8: Liverpool General Election 2015 results. Liverpool Echo

8: Election 2015: Luciana Berger and Louise Ellman both triumph in Liverpool. Jewish Chronicle

17: Another boost for Burnham. New Statesman

 

April 2015

9: Online treatment for sex infections threatens public’s health. Guardian

13: General Election 2015: Will these smiling Tory candidates for Liverpool still be happy on election night? Liverpool Echo

16: Liverpool Wavertree: Can Labour be beaten in heartland seat? BBC

16: BBC Radio Merseyside Hustings. BBC

16: Election 2015: Inexperience is no barrier to politics – and four other things we learned from an election hustings in Wavertree. Liverpool Echo

17: Shadow Minister for Public Health visits Halifax stroke club. Halifax Courier

17: Hundreds of mental health experts issue rallying call against austerity. Guardian

21: Labour shadow health minister pledges to drastically improve NHS in region. Warrington Guardian

25: Children suffering from mental health conditions put in prison cells for want of suitable hospital beds. Independent

25: Labour’s NHS pledge during Shadow Minister’s visit to Carlisle. News and Star

28: Coalition ‘derailed programme to save lives by reducing salt in food’. Guardian

30: Richest one per cent will live over eight years longer on average than those living in poorest parts of UK by 2030, say experts. Independent