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Camden health campaigners to join city-wide demonstration against NHS cuts

PUBLISHED: 11:00 16 May 2013

In March, thousands joined a demonstration to save the Whittington Hospital. Camden health campaigners will be joining a citywide march to parliament on Saturday (May 18) to protest NHS cuts.

In March, thousands joined a demonstration to save the Whittington Hospital. Camden health campaigners will be joining a citywide march to parliament on Saturday (May 18) to protest NHS cuts.

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Camden health campaigners will join a demonstration against NHS cuts that will unite protesters from across London for the first time.

The march will take place on Saturday with thousands expected to attend and is backed by all major health unions with members working in London.

Camden Keep Our NHS Public will be taking part, alongside the Save the Whittington Hospital Coalition, who have been fighting to stop the sell-off of almost one third of the hospital site in Magdala Avenue, Highgate.

Protesters will meet at noon at Jubilee Gardens, in Waterloo and march to the Department of Health and Parliament.

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