Boris Johnson’s 50,000 New Nurses Claim

Boris Johnson’s promise of 50,000 new nurses for the NHS includes 18,500 current NHS nurses. That was the headline policy from the Tory manifesto that was launched in Telford. But it fell apart inside hours of being announced, as the party was made to confirm the figure included thousands of nurses already employed in theContinue reading “Boris Johnson’s 50,000 New Nurses Claim”

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How Atos Are Taking Over

The NHS is not being privatised with a bang; but more with a cunning deceitful whine. We only have to take a look at Holland, which privatised its health care system in 2006, to see how it’s feasible for the NHS to be privatised by secrecy. Following the Dutch example, privatisation is occurring in three phases. Continue reading “How Atos Are Taking Over”

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GP practices to host internet training sessions

NHS England is dishing out thousands of pounds to bring about a digital top-of-the-line training in GP practices, health centres and hospitals as part of a drive to teach people to utilise the internet this year. The learning centres are intended to lessen health inequalities, one of the guidelines of the Government’s requirement to theContinue reading “GP practices to host internet training sessions”

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Basildon’s Accident and Emergency is Third Lowest in UK

Sick people who have to sit in Basildon Hospital’s accident and emergency department have given it the worst scores in the United Kingdom as stated by a new census. Patients are grading Basildon’s Accident and Emergency department the lowest in the United Kingdom and, when sick people are coming into the department they are askedContinue reading “Basildon’s Accident and Emergency is Third Lowest in UK”

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Feeding a Habit

Drug abusers are putting a price on the health service, a whacking £500,000 a year while they’re taking the heroin replacement methadone behind bars and, as well through the NHS. This country’s health faces growing demands as the Tory party overseers make cuts on a health service that is swiftly falling flat on its face.Continue reading “Feeding a Habit”

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