Do you Mind? | in Blog Post
At this spring's general election, let’s make sure we elect a group of MPs who will lead the way in challenging discriminatory attitudes and behaviours to mental health.
Stamping out dirty election tactics | in Blog Post
Politicians promise not to trade playground insults on mental health.
Decision to ban mental health slurs during election campaign wins praise | in News Story
A new protocol should make inroads towards stamping out discrimination in Parliament.
Mixed attitudes to mental health | in Blog Post
It’s difficult to know what to make of the seemingly contradictory figures in the Department of Health's annual survey.
What the parties are saying | in News Story
Mind has invited the Health Ministers from each of the main political parties to tell us what they will to do for mental health.
Manifesto hat-trick on talking therapies | in News Story
In a major breakthrough, all three main political parties have committed to provide better access to psychological therapies in the next Parliament.
What do the party manifestos mean for mental health? | in Blog Post
The signs are encouraging, says Mind's Chief Executive, Paul Farmer.
Why I choked on my breakfast cereal this morning... | in Blog Post
Days after parties pledged to protect them, mental health services are already being targeted for extra spending cuts.
Welfare? What welfare? | in Blog Post
Politicians and the press are agreed: get tough on benefit scroungers.
Political parent, psychiatric patient | in Blog Post
A political activist blogs about election day from a psychiatric hospital.
The election's over - now what? | in News Story
The polling stations are now closed, and the last of the election results are in. Now the hard work really starts!
What does the coalition mean for mental health? | in Blog Post
Both Cameron and Clegg have signed up to our anti-stigma and discrimination campaign, but have had little to say about health policy or the NHS.
General Election 2010: mental health priorities | in Campaign report
In the lead up to the 2010 General Election, Mind produced a briefing for key MPs, covering the specific policy priorities we wanted them to implement within their first two years of office.
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