Tag Archives: NHS

NHS free at point of delivery?

remember how poor this nation was when the NHS began in 1948. Continue reading

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Peter Wilby on why the NHS is healthy after all.

This is one of the most sensible articles on the NHS I’ve ever read. I encourage you to read it before this beloved institution is changed beyond all recognition. Wilby has managed to put into words perfectly the ludicrous stupidity … Continue reading

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The NHS is 65. ‘Many happy returns’?

On the 65th anniversary of our beloved NHS I wish everyone would read this.

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An April Fool’s Day prank from the ConDem Coalition

Here we are again. The Easter weekend is almost over, British summertime has begun (allegedly) and the internet is awash with April Fool japes of every description. Some of these jokes are really witty, some satirical and some downright nonsensical … Continue reading

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Wow! Only 1 ‘excess death’ at Mid Staffs?

This blog by SKWalker is long but fascinating. If you have any interest in truth, justice, the future of the NHS or the way that cynical politicians & the right wing press manipulate the public then you really must read … Continue reading

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