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Caroline Molloy looks at the state of the NHS as healthcare workers gear up to fight privatisation through the back doorDonate to Red Pepper
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In the run-up to Spain’s general election, David Ferreira looks at the factors behind Podemos’ failure to sustain its initial surge of support