MP Steve Barclay has praised the Government’s announcement to suspend the use of vaginal mesh following a Cambs Times campaign led by our reporter Kath Sansom.
Mesh implants to treat incontinence are being stopped immediately in hospitals across England after the Government stepped in just days after launching a safety review.
A police operation is under way in Wisbech this afternoon to tackle what police suspect is an illegal drugs ‘factory’ targeting children as young as 11.
Women’s campaign group Sling the Mesh is staging a modern day suffragette rally to tie in with the 100th anniversary of when women were first given the right to vote in the UK.
The Government has agreed to carry out a national audit to determine the extent of problems caused by women’s mesh implants.
Campaigning reporter Kath Sansom has been named as one of 20 ground breaking women of 2017 in an end of year round up in The Independent newspaper.
A Cambridgeshire artist has created a children’s storybook-style mini film to help explain the corruption behind the vaginal mesh implant scandal.
Former Wisbech Grammar School pupil Cesca Brindley, a journalism student at Strathcylde University, takes an in depth look at the vaginal mesh implant scandal.
Cambs Times reporter Kath Sansom described last night’s Twitter ‘storming’ of 10 Downing Street as “the beginning of the end” in the bid to get a public inquiry into surgical procedures involving mesh implants.
The Prime Minister’s official home at 10 Downing Street is the next step in our Sling The Mesh campaign when women hold a ‘virtual rally’ in the capital.
Campaigners say the Government are putting women’s lives at risk by refusing to suspend controversial vaginal mesh operations.
The day that Cambs Times journalist and campaigner Kath Sansom took her Sling The Mesh campaign to Parliament has been captured on camera.
Campaigning Cambs Times journalist Kath Sansom today took her ‘sling the mesh’ campaign to the heart of Government.
A surgeon has told how he advised medical guideline experts that mesh was risky as long ago as 2003 - but they ignored him.