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Barry Gardiner Calls on Government to Address Problems with NHS Diagnostic Service 

On 4th November 2013 Barry called on the Government to address serious problems with healthcare services in Brent that might endanger patient diagnoses during a debate he led in Parliament, following a number of serious issues with pathology and scanning services in Brent due to errors being made by private companies to whom these services have been outsourced.

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Barry calls on Government to address problems with diagnostic services in Brent

  On 4th November 2013 Barry called on the Government to address serious problems with healthcare services in Brent that might endanger patient diagnoses during a debate he led in Parliament,...

Barry takes part in Age UK Brent dementia conference

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On 25th October 2013 Barry took part in Age UK Brent's Dementia Conference to discuss the criticial challenges arising from dementia and to raise awareness of the need for early diganosis. Dementia will effect 1 in 3 people over the age of 65 and is recognised as the leading cause of disability in later life yet a great number of cases go undiagnosed.

Barry takes part in Age UK Brent Dementia Conference

Barry takes part in Age UK Brent dementia conference On 25th October 2013 Barry took part in Age UK Brent's Dementia Conference to discuss the criticial challenges arising from dementia and to...

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On 21st October 2013 Barry made a speech in the House of Commons highlighting the need to recognise the economic value of Natural Capital assets in order to protect the natural environment and enhance the benefits offered for our future economic growth.

"Every society is defined by two things: what it creates and what it refuses to destroy. The only thing that sets us apart from our natural environment is our ability to reflect on our own place within it, but for all our cleverness we remain dependent on the extraordinary bounty that nature provides. The food and water that sustain us, the air that we breathe, the raw materials that we use as fuel and clothing or to construct our homes are only the most obvious of nature's benefits. Equally important are the processes and services that purify our water, break down our waste, pollinate our crops and provide us with recreation and aesthetic or spiritual fulfilment. We have the right to use and enjoy the benefits of that natural capital, but that right gives us no licence to prevent our children from exercising a similar and equal use and enjoyment in the future.

Read more: Barry speaks in Natural Capital debate in Parliament

Barry speaks in Natural Capital debate in Parliament

On 21st October 2013 Barry made a speech in the House of Commons highlighting the need to recognise the economic value of Natural Capital assets in order to protect the natural environment...


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