Adebusuyi Adeyemi

Adebusuyi Adeyemi

Adebusuyi Adeyemi is Chair of the Young Fabians Health Network

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Outsiders

Adebusuyi Adeyemi, Olivia Bailey

Ideas to improve BAME representation in the Labour party People who are black, Asian or from a minority ethnic background (BAME) are underrepresented in British politics. BAME people make up just 6 per cent of MPs, despite the fact they are 13 per cent of the population – a figure set to rise to more…

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The Commonwealth, Europe and the left

Adebusuyi Adeyemi

Could you imagine a decent political leader from the Commonwealth seeking the advice of a British front-line political figure on the ‘left’? That looks ever more unlikely if things carry on as they are. The – at times – comical travails of recent events seem more suited to the 60′s slapstick Carry On series that…

Mental health

Health and care: Engaging, empowering and listening to patients

Adebusuyi Adeyemi

Patient voice and accountability should play the leading role in Labour health and care policy, but currently the party’s policy review consultation ‘Your Britain’ lacks focus in this area. Operational and logistical rejigging of services is important, but authentic patient participation is pivotal for a positive future for the NHS. What use is investment in…