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1 hour ago, ChelseaBoy said:

Slapstick was the only thing missing from this buffoons repertoire, and now we have it !!!

I've seen more intelligent creatures swinging on the branches of trees. 

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On 10/09/2021 at 06:32, ian1964 said:

 

All of these high salaried staff are recruited from the private sector and the agenda here is to deliberately make the NHS unworkable  and lacking in 'cost efficiency' so that it can be fully privatised and they can then begin charging patients just like in the US. I hate this idea that 'management' is a skill in itself, that if you can run a grocery store, say, you can run a sophisticated health system or whatever.  Already in the NHS numerous services have been farmed out to private contractors concerned with only making a profit. My wife's GP is not allowed by the computer software to prescribe medicine she needs because the NHS bean counters have decided they will not supply that brand; consequently I have had to purchase it on private prescription.

 

I fear that we will eventually end up with the Australian Medicare system, where there is some public funding and it is compulsory to buy private insurance as well.

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https://www.spiked-online.com/2021/09/01/why-does-the-nhs-need-diversity-managers/

 

£75k a year.

 

"Why does the NHS need diversity managers?  Our health service is already one of the most ethnically diverse institutions in Britain.

 

The facts are plain: around one in five of the NHS’s workforce is BAME (Black Asian and Minority Ethnic). A whopping 30 per cent of NHS medical staff are Asian – compared to just 50 per cent of medical staff who are white.

Outside the diverse NHS, in pale old Blighty, 86 per cent of the population is white, 14 per cent is BAME, and just 7.5 per cent is Asian. In other words, the NHS is far more diverse than the nation whose health it is responsible for.".

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The sooner we can exercise a choice of private healthcare without also being forced to contribute towards the NHS, the better. Because at the end of the day, the objective is effective healthcare when you need it, not protecting the NHS to satisfy personal political principles.

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2 minutes ago, Gonzo79 said:

https://www.spiked-online.com/2021/09/01/why-does-the-nhs-need-diversity-managers/

 

£75k a year.

 

"Why does the NHS need diversity managers?  Our health service is already one of the most ethnically diverse institutions in Britain.

 

The facts are plain: around one in five of the NHS’s workforce is BAME (Black Asian and Minority Ethnic). A whopping 30 per cent of NHS medical staff are Asian – compared to just 50 per cent of medical staff who are white.

Outside the diverse NHS, in pale old Blighty, 86 per cent of the population is white, 14 per cent is BAME, and just 7.5 per cent is Asian. In other words, the NHS is far more diverse than the nation whose health it is responsible for.".

Fundamentally it’s because the NHS is at heart a political organisation and above all a vehicle for ideological expression.

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2 hours ago, ChelseaBoy said:

Love that bit. " She's the first nationalist leader in British history to launch a Troops In movement" ?

Very good but three stooges for the price of one is better.

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