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      Is The NHS Dead And Buried

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      Re: Is The NHS Dead And Buried
      Reply #150: Jun 21, 2018 09:48:20 am
      The government wouldn't be able to privatise it - they'd be voted out as soon as they could be.
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      Reply #151: Jun 21, 2018 09:48:43 am
      And the next government would reinstate it anyway
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      Reply #152: Jun 21, 2018 04:09:23 pm
      Trade Unions don't even have that many powers anymore, the witch saw to that!!

      And the tories won't be happy until they've sold off the NHS lock, stock and barrel, despite what the two-faced fuckers say.

      You only have to look at the way Jeremy C**t has embraced the american model.

      The f**ker is the longest serving health minister, the only reason he has been in office so long is his successful destruction of a socialist ideal that benefits the majority.
      This hated government of the misguided remains in office thanks to deceit and bribery.
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      Reply #153: Jun 21, 2018 05:23:21 pm
      The f**ker is the longest serving health minister, the only reason he has been in office so long is his successful destruction of a socialist ideal that benefits the majority.
      This hated government of the misguided remains in office thanks to deceit and bribery.

      Oh I know that pr**k won't be happy until he's sold off the NHS and we have a USA-style health service.
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      Reply #154: Jun 26, 2018 06:03:21 pm
      Recent studies show that our alleged World class NHS isn't as WC as they would have us believe. I've had diabolical treatment from the NHS but I still believe it's the only way forward health wise.

      It needs funding and the Tories never do that. The Tories prove over and over again that when they get into power they have one main policy and that is....Cuts...cut...cut.. .cut. That's their calling card. Cut the NHS and every other free at the point of service.

      Labour are not the exact opposite but not far off it. The NHS does need proper management but the recent increase in population has seen it struggle more than ever. Can just about survive under Labour but not a hope with the Tories.

      Will only get worse because those that stay in the NHS get worked to death with paltry pay rises.
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      Reply #155: Jun 26, 2018 06:58:27 pm
      Richard Branson & Virgin are cu*ts for suing the NHS for £2 million..
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      Reply #156: Jun 26, 2018 08:52:06 pm
      Richard Branson & Virgin are cu*ts for suing the NHS for £2 million..

      £2m for not doing a f**king thing beside voting Tory.
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      Reply #157: Jun 28, 2018 10:28:36 pm
      £2m for not doing a f**king thing beside voting Tory.

      Fact is most people don't know if the service they are getting from the NHS is delivered by a private company or the National Heath service. I have little idea as to what area's are under private control or under the NHS.

      I have several ongoing issues concerning mal practice but it's not that easy finding out who I'm actually dealing with. Making allegations against private companies might have different rules as opposed to complaints against the NHS.

      If the Tories get in again next time the screw will really be tightened down and free at the point of service will be threadbare. Do they care if people die on waiting lists? They know BBC, ITV will go softly softly on telling people the truth. The Tories know a majority in this country are all for a dog eat dog society.

      The only way Labour will get elected is if Voting is made a legal requirement. A 100% turnout would see Labour in every time. It's the poorest and the working class generally where voter turnout is lowest.

      World class NHS.....way behind nearly all the developed countries.
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      Reply #158: Jun 29, 2018 10:03:31 am
      Fact is most people don't know if the service they are getting from the NHS is delivered by a private company or the National Heath service. I have little idea as to what area's are under private control or under the NHS.

      I have several ongoing issues concerning mal practice but it's not that easy finding out who I'm actually dealing with. Making allegations against private companies might have different rules as opposed to complaints against the NHS.

      If the Tories get in again next time the screw will really be tightened down and free at the point of service will be threadbare. Do they care if people die on waiting lists? They know BBC, ITV will go softly softly on telling people the truth. The Tories know a majority in this country are all for a dog eat dog society.

      The only way Labour will get elected is if Voting is made a legal requirement. A 100% turnout would see Labour in every time. It's the poorest and the working class generally where voter turnout is lowest.

      World class NHS.....way behind nearly all the developed countries.

      Irrespective of the fact that the Tories failed to win a workable majority, an indication that their policies including the decimation of the NHS, were not acceptable to the electorate,  they continue with those hated policies unabated.

      The only reason is the elitist mantra of putting their interests above that of the majority and selling off public institutions they have no right to.
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      Reply #159: Jun 29, 2018 10:40:59 am
      Irrespective of the fact that the Tories failed to win a workable majority, an indication that their policies including the decimation of the NHS, were not acceptable to the electorate,  they continue with those hated policies unabated.

      The only reason is the elitist mantra of putting their interests above that of the majority and selling off public institutions they have no right to.

      They do have legal and constitutional right to bring in any policy they like with regard to awarding of contracts related to NHS services. They are only legally bound to offer NHS free at the point of service to people entitled to it.

      Cameron had less of a Tory mandate that May. He was propped up by Clegg. May bribed the DUP using public funds, to keep themselves in power.

      They also know their racists policies will go down well with their own and with disgruntled UKIP voters. They have ripped up so many rights that have gone thru under the radar. Disabled people have been stripped of their benefits, lied to, cheated, left devastated. And all done so as they can flush out the cheats.The innocent will go to the wall without a hope of social justice.

      Within the power brokers in the UK, be they Tory or whoever there is a culture that they can now do whatever they want, inflict any injustice of any kind and get away with it. Whether it's Hillsborough, Grenfell,Windrush or a hospital scandal.They just deflect the flak and carry on with their blatant disregard for morality and justice. Any of their victims face a battle royal to get justice. So many haven't got the resources or the will to fight.

      All done in the pursuit and worship of the all conquering Money God.
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      Reply #160: Jun 29, 2018 01:09:24 pm
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      Reply #161: Jun 29, 2018 01:34:45 pm
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      Reply #162: Jun 29, 2018 02:04:21 pm
      They do have legal and constitutional right to bring in any policy they like with regard to awarding of contracts related to NHS services. They are only legally bound to offer NHS free at the point of service to people entitled to it.

      Cameron had less of a Tory mandate that May. He was propped up by Clegg. May bribed the DUP using public funds, to keep themselves in power.

      They also know their racists policies will go down well with their own and with disgruntled UKIP voters. They have ripped up so many rights that have gone thru under the radar. Disabled people have been stripped of their benefits, lied to, cheated, left devastated. And all done so as they can flush out the cheats.The innocent will go to the wall without a hope of social justice.

      Within the power brokers in the UK, be they Tory or whoever there is a culture that they can now do whatever they want, inflict any injustice of any kind and get away with it. Whether it's Hillsborough, Grenfell,Windrush or a hospital scandal.They just deflect the flak and carry on with their blatant disregard for morality and justice. Any of their victims face a battle royal to get justice. So many haven't got the resources or the will to fight.

      All done in the pursuit and worship of the all conquering Money God.

      As with Hillsborough time will be their judge, unfortunately the f**king parasites will cream the public purse irrespective of wholesale injustice.
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      Reply #163: Nov 20, 2018 06:34:50 pm
      Hospitals fail to treat patients on time
      Nearly one in five local hospitals services are consistently failing to meet any of their key waiting time targets, BBC analysis shows.


      Twenty nine hospital trusts and boards out of 157 have not hit a single target for a whole year.
      NHS leaders said the NHS was facing a very difficult winter.


      https://www.bbc.co.uk/news

      The architect of the destruction of the NHS is promoted to Home Secretary as a reward for carrying out a Tory blueprint.
      « Last Edit: Nov 20, 2018 07:08:20 pm by stuey »
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      Reply #164: Nov 21, 2018 10:25:35 am
      whilst all the doom and gloom merchants continue to talk down the NHS day in day out they perform life saving operations and remove toe nails. The scale of their task is immense and people expect it to be ready to serve them when they decide to use it.
      The focus by media and Politicians on Stats and performance is bollox and not helpful to the work the NHS does and the constant increase in demand for ever more treatments.
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      Reply #165: Nov 21, 2018 05:11:08 pm
      whilst all the doom and gloom merchants continue to talk down the NHS day in day out they perform life saving operations and remove toe nails. The scale of their task is immense and people expect it to be ready to serve them when they decide to use it.
      The focus by media and Politicians on Stats and performance is bollox and not helpful to the work the NHS does and the constant increase in demand for ever more treatments.


      The "focus" on the NHS highlights the deplorable state of the institution thanks to the ongoing sabotage by this government who are committed to privatizing as much as they can get away with.
      The continual cuts in the NHS dictate that the professionals who soldier on to provide free treatment are placed under ever increasing pressure, the majority of consultants as an example have private practices but also do NHS work as well and many criticise the Tory wrecking of the service.
      Nurses too are under a tremendous work load with cuts reducing their numbers to unacceptable levels yet they too strive to give the best service possible.

      Politicians and the media would be roundly condemned if they sought to blame anyone but the government for the deplorable state of the NHS.

      As a footnote after some shitty luck in the last two years and several spells in hospital I fell and broke my hip and had a replacement procedure  in the Royal, the hospital is behind schedule to close and move to a new location, also behind schedule following the Tory appointed builder going bankrupt. I digress, the Royal itself is a shadow of it's former self and the reception area more like St John's Market than a hospital and that smell of strong cleanliness is noticeable by it's absence.
      The moral of the story is I developed sepsis as a result of bad hygiene and it f**king near killed me.

      Only blame is down to those same cuts by this government, only a Tory would seek to lay the blame elsewhere.
      « Last Edit: Nov 21, 2018 06:12:47 pm by stuey »
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      Reply #166: Nov 21, 2018 05:17:59 pm
      Read The Naylor Report, and then tell me the tories are not selling off the NHS.
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      Re: Is The NHS Dead And Buried
      Reply #167: Dec 19, 2019 08:55:16 am
      Can’t get a doctors appointment, been told they are fully booked till 3rd Jan & to call back after the 3rd... if I make it..😡
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      Reply #168: Dec 19, 2019 11:47:34 am
      Can’t get a doctors appointment, been told they are fully booked till 3rd Jan & to call back after the 3rd... if I make it..😡

      I live on the border of a very wealthy area, I've been offered appointments within the hour before. Not so much in the poorer parts of Bristol that I've lived in, been a week or longer.

      You got any NHS walk-ins in your part of Brum?

      Feel better soon.
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      Reply #169: Dec 19, 2019 12:06:45 pm
      Can’t get a doctors appointment, been told they are fully booked till 3rd Jan & to call back after the 3rd... if I make it..😡

      Sorry to hear that Shabs. That is ridiculous and you can bet, as Roddenberry noted, that you wouldn't have to stand for that if you lived in a wealthy suburb/region of the country.
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      Reply #170: Dec 19, 2019 12:20:16 pm
      Sorry to hear that Shabs. That is ridiculous and you can bet, as Roddenberry noted, that you wouldn't have to stand for that if you lived in a wealthy suburb/region of the country.

      It's getting more and more ridiculous. Having to get a doctor to assess you over the phone before you can book an appointment. My doctor's surgery is meant to be open to 5 but forget it after 3.30 because there is no reply. Friends phone up for an appointment not knowing where they would have to go if they got one.
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      Reply #171: Dec 19, 2019 03:49:40 pm
      The "focus" on the NHS highlights the deplorable state of the institution thanks to the ongoing sabotage by this government who are committed to privatizing as much as they can get away with.
      The continual cuts in the NHS dictate that the professionals who soldier on to provide free treatment are placed under ever increasing pressure, the majority of consultants as an example have private practices but also do NHS work as well and many criticise the Tory wrecking of the service.
      Nurses too are under a tremendous work load with cuts reducing their numbers to unacceptable levels yet they too strive to give the best service possible.

      Politicians and the media would be roundly condemned if they sought to blame anyone but the government for the deplorable state of the NHS.

      As a footnote after some shitty luck in the last two years and several spells in hospital I fell and broke my hip and had a replacement procedure  in the Royal, the hospital is behind schedule to close and move to a new location, also behind schedule following the Tory appointed builder going bankrupt. I digress, the Royal itself is a shadow of it's former self and the reception area more like St John's Market than a hospital and that smell of strong cleanliness is noticeable by it's absence.
      The moral of the story is I developed sepsis as a result of bad hygiene and it f**king near killed me.

      Only blame is down to those same cuts by this government, only a Tory would seek to lay the blame elsewhere.
      Be under no illusion the last labour regime cut just as much as the tories in fact that particular regime , got rid of our hospital the one I was born in , in such a way id like to string the sneaky cu*ts responsible up for it , in fact under them tiers of management grew instead of tiers of nurses and doctors , , a lot of the nhs problems stem from the amount of money syphoned off to management , it needs seriously re addressing , do I think the tories will fix it honestly no , but if we’re going to beat the tories with a stick let’s not pretend that labour are whiter than white , I hope labour has had the kick up the arse it deserved and they seriously get their house in order , this country needs them but it needs them to put their house in order big time before they get trusted again .
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      Reply #172: Dec 19, 2019 03:54:55 pm
      Can’t get a doctors appointment, been told they are fully booked till 3rd Jan & to call back after the 3rd... if I make it..😡
      We’ve had that situation for years , walk in and demand to be seen Shabs they have an obligation to fit you in and see you , I needed blood tests done few weeks back was told roughly same as you , I had to have them done in a certain time frame , bit of a talking to and they found an appointment .
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      Reply #173: Dec 19, 2019 04:22:47 pm
      We’ve had that situation for years , walk in and demand to be seen Shabs they have an obligation to fit you in and see you , I needed blood tests done few weeks back was told roughly same as you , I had to have them done in a certain time frame , bit of a talking to and they found an appointment .


      Tried everything mate, the receptionist lives around the corner & she couldn’t help...My GP has just taken on another surgery in Moseley.. I’m thinking you can’t offer the service to your current patients & your taking on probably 5,000 more..

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      Reply #174: Dec 19, 2019 04:45:16 pm

      Lower back pain, kidney area, lower abdominal pain with a heavy feeling & groin..

      Drinking plenty water but can’t shake this pain off, had it 2 weeks and thought I could work it off but at times I struggle to roll out of bed with these aches..

      What you prescribing.. 😎

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