Prof Danny Dorling in the New Statesman
An article co-authored by Prof Danny Dorling, Halford Mackinder Professor of Geography and Professorial Fellow at St Peter's, has been published in this week's New Statesman.
Prof Dorling, whose work concerns issues of housing, health, employment, education and poverty, writes with NHS GP and Health Advisor, Dr Lucinda Hiam, about the state of UK health under Prime Ministers David Cameron and Theresa May.
Noting that life expectancy in the UK has stalled, and that the nation's mental health has also shown alarming signs of decline, Prof Dorling and Dr Hiam claim that May and Cameron have managed to secure the worst health record of any post-war prime ministers, and call upon the Department of Health both to acknowledge these problems and to explore why they are happening.
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