Health inequalities are an issue of central importance to every government department; you can’t build a strong economy or a healthy society by parking health inequalities as an issue on the fringes of government.
In ‘Work, the Grand Cure‘ Howard Stoate and Bryan Jones argue that the question of whether the new Government engages in any meaningful way with Sir Michael Marmot’s recommendations on health inequality – and on the health effects of good work in particular – will be a litmus test showing whether the Liberal-Conservatives are really serious about inequality and social justice.
You can buy a printed copy edition of Work, the Grand Cure for £11.95, plus £1 p+p, by phoning the Fabian Society bookshop on 020 7227 4900, emailing us at [email protected] or send a cheque payable to “The Fabian Society” to 11 Dartmouth Street, London, SW1H 9BN.
You can receive this publication free if you join the Fabian Society today. Once you become a member, you’ll receive two free pamphlets immediately and will get a copy of the Fabian Review magazine and our latest pamphlet every quarter. Click here to find out more about joining the Fabian Society.