Queen’s speech: a 'missed opportunity' to lift the NHS pay cap, says CSP
The NHS’s inability to provide excellence unless it recruits and keeps high-quality staff means it’s time to end the public sector pay cap, said CSP director for employment relations and union services Claire Sullivan.
CSP members march in Birmingham for the NHS
Physio staff joined thousands of people in Birmingham on 2 October to protest against austerity policies and call for more investment in the NHS.
TUC congress: Safeguard the NHS by increasing investment and pay for staff, says CSP
The CSP has called for increased investment in the NHS and highlighted the need for real-terms pay increases and quality employment for staff.
No physio? No way! Keep physiotherapy on the NHS
NHS trusts in England have experienced record deficits and as a result some Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) are looking at ways to cut money from local budgets to make savings. Unfortunately, this could potentially threaten access to physiotherapy on the NHS.