March for NHS: Darlo Mums protest against privatisation
A rally demonstrating against the government health reforms is being held in London on Saturday, ending a month-long march that began in Jarrow.
The 999 call for the NHS, by the so-called Darlo Mums, has followed the route of the 1936 Jarrow Crusade.
They are protesting against what they believe is the increasing privatisation of the health service in England, a claim denied by the government.
In a Daily Politics film, Adam Fleming joined them for part of the walk, and spoke to marcher Barbara Campbell and organiser Rehana Azam.
06 Sep 2014
- From the section UK Politics