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  • Ambulance Service Strike Action

    Ambulance Service Strike Action

    Ambulance service strikes for ambulance staff, paramedics and call handlers are taking place today and on 28 December for 24 hours, between midnight and midnight. If you need medical help or advice, please contact NHS 111 online first and only ring 999 if it is a life-threatening emergency.This article contains useful information about falls prevention and what to do if you or someone you care for falls.

  • DPAC In Call To Prevent Rail Service Cuts

    DPAC In Call To Prevent Rail Service Cuts

    Campaigning group Disabled People Against Cuts has backed the recent strikes by members of the RMT union, saying that planned cuts in funding and staff will result in our safety horrendously compromised and will lead to more serious incidents on the rail network.

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