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A NEEDLE it’s just a little prick.

Many many years ago when I were a little lad there used to be small hospitals, cottage hospitals, they were clean and healthy, nurses used to disinfect the wards clean everything in the wards and generally do what nurses should … Continue reading

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Hospitals: Are You Fit To Die?

When Florence Nightingale arrived in Scutari, did she bring with her a legion of doctors or lorry loads of wonder drugs? NO, she just brought soap and clean water.  Hygiene and cleanliness were the weapons she used against disease, suffering and death.  She … Continue reading

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OURSELVES!

The CBI is holding its conference, the great and good trooping in and out wringing their hands, Oh dear everybody hates us.  I wonder why? When nurses, teachers, and low paid government workers are having the threat of cuts to their … Continue reading

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What Are JOBS WORTH?

Well Liam how are you getting on with saving money? Very good George, the Defence review helped enormously, gave us legitamacy to carry out all the cuts, we can reduce it even further as the troops pull out from Afghanistan. … Continue reading

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It Is Ailing

I was watching Prime Ministers Question Time today and I got the distinct feeling that all is not well for the NHS.  It has grown so large and the hospitals so big, too big in fact to be run properly.  The … Continue reading

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