Home / Health & Social Care / Politics / Rolling news / Leeds High Court Judicial Review could revive Cornwall Council’s “Kennally Care” NHS project Leeds High Court Judicial Review could revive Cornwall Council’s “Kennally Care” NHS project Posted By theboss on 24th April 2018 24th April 2018 By Graham Smith A landmark legal action is due to start today (Tuesday) to consider if the National Health Service can surrender large parts of its budget… To view the rest of this article, please subscribe to Cornwall Reports Related Posts Kennally Care facing a new Judicial Review within 7 days unless Cornwall Council puts plans on hold14th February 2018By Graham SmithCornwall Council and NHS Kernow have been given seven days to… Cornwall Council to launch shadow Accountable Care System on 1st April5th February 2018By Graham SmithCornwall councillors today (Monday) cleared the way for Kennally Care to… Kennally Care facing legal challenge next week unless council "ceases and desists" from its NHS takeover3rd February 2018By Graham SmithCornwall Council’s ambitions to set up “Kennally Care” are about to… Cornwall protests at £246 million cuts to NHS and social care5th March 2017 By Graham Smith Thousands of people have taken part in marches,… This article has 1 comment Know as “Kennally Care”. What a ridiculous pseudonym. Will it be known by the name of the next CC CEO ad infinitum? If Cornwall Council manages to gain control of an additional nearly £800 million, I am sure that many fact finding missions will be necessary. Based on past observations, I have no confidence that Cornwall Council is a satisfactory body to administer Integrated Strategic Commissioning Functions. Comments are closed.