Campaigners stage ‘die-in’ outside Carlisle hospital in protest at Success Regime proposed cuts

Lives will be lost was the message from health campaigners, who staged a “die-in” at the entrance to Carlisle’s Cumberland Infirmary.

The ‘bodies’ suggested the consequences for patients in the area if controversial service cuts are approved.

Slogans such as “dead on arrival” and “blood on your hands” were used to further illustrate the risk of the Success Regime proposals.

Staged outside the hospital yesterday lunchtime, the 15-minute physical protest was organised by a group of local health campaigners via the Save Cumbria’s NHS Facebook page. 

Full Article on News & Star 13 December 2016