Class is working with renownded experts, including Prof Allyson Pollock and Prof Danny Dorling to produce new research into the immediate benefits and wider positive social impacts of free universal health care.
Work already underway is looking at the trends of widening health inequalities and the impact of privatisation.
- Briefing: Spending Review 2015
- Briefing: The Queen’s Speech 2015
- Where do the parties stand on the NHS?
- Election 2015: What’s at stake for the NHS?
- The role of local government in a modern state
- Why immigration is good for all of us
- In Place of Fear
- Duty to care
- The Case for Universalism
- Nobody Should Rely on Charity to Eat
- What next for social care?
- The Capitalist Disease of Loneliness
- NHS in Turmoil: Relax Immigration Rules for Healthcare Staff
- Coronavirus: The Social Crisis Behind The Public Health Crisis
- What’s At Stake: Our NHS
- The Life That We Take For Granted
- Removing Barriers to Maternity Care
- Fixing Social Care
- NHS Isn’t Breaking, It Is Broken
- Build The Homeless A Home
- New NHS Reorganisation Threatens Patient Safety
- Babylon’s Health App Puts Patients At Risk
- Obesity and Inequality, Two Peas in a Pod?
- 70 Years On: Protect Our NHS
- NHS Needs Sustainable Social Care System
- NHS Will Struggle Even After May’s Extra Cash Pledge
- NHS Personal Budgets - A Failing Strategy Driven By Neo-Liberal Ideology
- Join the #OurNHS Demo to Protect our Health Service
- Class Conference 2016: Where Do We Go from Here?
- Looking ahead: what Class did next
- This is why junior doctors are protesting
- Spending review 2015: Your Guide
- Our study shows that economic recession leads to increased levels of suicide
- A £12bn cut in welfare will put huge pressure on the NHS
- Five ways to deal with a full blown Conservative Government
- First 100 Days - Ensuring Gender Equality
- Labour and Conservatives: the manifestos
- A Tory NHS is an NHS in crisis
- The Impact of Private Providers and Competition on our NHS
- Why did Michael Sheen make his speech? It’s because the stakes are so high for our NHS
- This election will decide whether the NHS will survive or perish
- If we’re going to tackle the A&E crisis, we need to address NHS privatisation
- The Hinchingbrooke fiasco proves privatisation is not the way to fix the NHS
- Health care isn’t a privilege, it is a fundamental human right
- Fighting austerity: why we need to talk about human rights
- Why immigration is good for all of us
- Paying the highest price: Austerity will accelerate area health inequalities
- This latest attack will leave millions of working people priced out of the legal system
- In place of fear: It’s time to tackle alarming health inequalities
- Why we need a political campaign to reinstate the NHS
- Reviving the Beveridge vision of a Social State
- Election 2015: Manchester - What’s at stake for the NHS?
- Class Conference 2013: Leading the Debate
- Post-Election Public Debate
- TUC Congress 2013: Achieving a Social State
- Labour Party Conference 2013: Achieving a Social State
- A think tank for working people: Class Yorkshire Launch
- A think tank for working people: Class North West Launch
- GMB Congress 2013: Why is Class such an important GMB investment?
News and press releases
- Class announces Faiza Shaheen as new Director
- Leading progressives put forward far-reaching policies for the first 100 days of government
- Read all about the Class Election 2015 Series: What’s at stake?
- Class Conference 2014: The Film
- Class Conference 2014: The Photos
- Class Conference 2014: The Highlights
- Class at conference season: Submit your events for our Progressive Guide to Labour Party Conference
- Class launches new policy library resource for trade unions and researchers
- Class holds North West launch & commits to giving working people in the UK a strong political voice
- Health inequalities widen as rising mortality and falling life expectancy buck long-term trends
- It’s time for a political response to attacks on universal health care
- Zoe Williams paper launches new Class series – A Social State for 2015