Pollock AM. Bad science should not be used to justify NHS shakeup. The Guardian. 2012 Mar 15.
Pollock AM, Price D. Health and Social Care Bill 2011. Process 01 for House of Lords: amendment process. 2011. download
Pollock AM. Morality and values in support of universal healthcare must be enshrined in law; comment on ‘Morality and markets in the NHS’. Int J Health Policy Manag. 2015;4(6):399–402. download
Pollock AM, Roderick P, Price D. Response to the National Health Service (Amended Duties and Powers) Bill 2014, published on 7th November 2014 (“the Efford Bill”). London. download
Pollock AM. A&E crisis is a symptom, not a cause www.cost-ofliving.net. 2014.
Pollock AM, Price D, Kondilis E, Freitag A, Harding-Edgar L. Planning for closure: the role of special administrators in reducing NHS hospital services in England. BMJ. 2013 Dec 13;347(dec12 5):f7322–f7322. download pdf
Pollock AM, Price D. Loss of population data sources when health systems are not responsible for geographically defined populations: implications of the Health and Social Care Act of 2012 in England. Evidence-Based Medicine Published Online First: 2014;19(1):4–5. download pdf
Pollock AM, Price D. Duty to care: in defence of universal health care. class. 2013
McKee M, Pollock AM, Clarke A, et al. In defence of the NHS: why writing to the House of Lords was necessary. BMJ 2011;343:d6535–d6535. download: BMJ_2011_McKee_InDefenceOfTheNHS
Pollock AM. NHS rethink: charade or cause for new hope? BMJ 2011;342:d3995–d3995. download: BMJ_2011_Pollock_NHSrethink