Monthly Archives: April 2011

A post that is not making any comment but watching and noting events.

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NHS news review

Today’s NHS news features the interesting case of a huge US health care provider UnitedHealth selling its business undertaking of Camden GP practices to The Practice Plc. The public clearly have absolutely no influence over such private business transactions which … Continue reading

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NHS news review

David Cameron was evasive and engaged in distraction at Prime Minister’s Questions yesterday. I’ve started seriously wondering wether he’s intellect-challenged. Conservative election poster 2010 A few recent news articles concerning the UK’s Conservative and Liberal-Democrat coalition government – the ConDem’s … Continue reading

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NHS news review

A report by the Public Accounts Committee has generated a lot of news. The report raises concerns that there is no healthcare provision in the case of (financial) failure, that ‘reforms’ risk demanded ‘savings’ (cuts) and that they risk patient … Continue reading

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NHS news review

NHS news: This posting covers yesterday’s news. I’ll do a further NHS news review for today. Three Labour MPs – Grahame Morris, Diane Abbott and Michael Meacher – object to the bill to destroy the NHS, Conservative pro-‘reforms’ Dr. Jonathan Munday warns “I am now … Continue reading

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NHS news review

There’s been very little NHS news over the bank holiday weekend. Today’s NHS news is about cuts, the denial of services and drugs and an article by the Morning Star about how the listening exercise is a sham. Conservative election … Continue reading

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Cuban NHS standard in UK

That’s enough of these Conservative and Liberal-Democrat cuts. We’ll go for Cuban standards of National Health Service in UK. edit:  

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The Plot Against the NHS #1

Selected excerpts from ‘The Plot Against the NHS’ by Colin Leys and Stewart Player. Chapter One is available here. I highly recommend this book available from Merlin Press for £10. I got my copy yesterday so I have yet to … Continue reading

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Elites running UK – a perversion of democracy

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NHS news review

NHS news: Cuts and huge increases in waiting times under the UK Con-Dem – Conservative and Liberal-Democrat – coalition government. There appears to be a growing acceptance that the changes are intended to destroy the NHS. There’s an interesting article … Continue reading

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NHS news review

Waiting times increase under Con-Dem – Conservative and Liberal-Democrat – cuts. Conservative election poster 2010 A few recent news articles concerning the UK’s Conservative and Liberal-Democrat coalition government – the ConDem’s – brutal attack on the National Health Service. New … Continue reading

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Memo to the Liberal_Democrat Coalition: The Double-Whopper Health Policy

Do you really think that we’re going to swallow that shit? Health policy dictated by McDonalds, Kentucky Fried Chicken and Pepsi? Fuck Off edit FUCK OFF

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NHS news review/preview

Looks like tomorrow’s NHS news review is going to be about cuts causing huge waiting time increases. This is the result of cuts imposed by the Con-Dem – Conservative and Liberal-Democrat – UK coalition government.

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Yet more confirmation that Tony Blair is a lying, divorced-from-reality war-mongering little shit

The Independent confirms that the interests of UK’s oil companies was central to Bliar & Co while they were publically lying and promoting some bullshit smokescreen about weapons of mass destruction, killing his own people – as if USUK wouldn’t … Continue reading

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NHS news review

NHS news: Confirmation that changes are progressing before the legislation is passed, that the listening exercise is a con, that there are currently substantial cuts to NHS services and that the cuts are increasing demand for private healthcare – which … Continue reading

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Michael Moore on privatised health care

Part of Michael Moore’s film ‘Sicko’ detailing the denial of health care under a privatised medical system. I urge you to watch the documentary which shows the effects of a privatised medical system. It demonstrates how important the NHS is.

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NHS news review

NHS news: There are reports of changes to the NHS without the legislation having passed and doctors and nurses warning against such changes, reports of operations and other treatments being restricted due to cuts and the government increasing the use … Continue reading

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NHS news review

NHS news: PM Cameron takes responsibility, unpersuasive claims that Clegg is demanding reforms and that “substantive” reforms will be made, a report on Dept of Health publishing misleading and biased figures to persuade of the need for reform, opposition to privatisation … Continue reading

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NHS news review

Conservative election poster 2010 A few recent news articles concerning the UK’s Conservative and Liberal-Democrat coalition government – the ConDem’s – brutal attack on the National Health Service. Independent poll shows massive opposition to privatisation of the NHS blood service … Continue reading

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Michael Moore on privatised health care

Part of Michael Moore’s film ‘Sicko’ detailing the denial of health care under a privatised medical system.

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