Campaigners fighting to save the NHS have set off from Barnsley Hospital on the latest leg of a march to London that echoes the Jarrow march of 1936.
The group are heading for Sheffield where there will be a rally later today. They want the Government to reverse what they claim is a sell off of the NHS to private firms and see services increased for patients.
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