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Fixing the NHS.

Started by: gaffer (8053) 

Started: 8th Jul 2024 at 14:19

Posted by: Tommy Two Stroke (15935)

Gaffer

That was an interesting read, and I hope that Labour make it work.

Replied: 8th Jul 2024 at 16:28

Posted by: whups (13671) 

it should,nt have been in that state in the 1st place only for the self serving tory idealism of privitisation it would,nt . would it .

Replied: 8th Jul 2024 at 16:56

Posted by: Tommy Two Stroke (15935)

Whupsy

Labour are going to bring in more outside providers into the NHS to improve the service, the NHS has always used outside contractors, for sometime I was an NHS contractor, you cannot have everything 'in house' in the NHS

Replied: 8th Jul 2024 at 17:08

Posted by: whups (13671) 

why is that 1stroke ? . could it be that everything is now privately run .

Replied: 8th Jul 2024 at 23:39

Posted by: Tommy Two Stroke (15935)

Whupsy

Well if everything is now privately run in the NHS, it was so 40yrs ago, because that is when I was subcontracted to work for the NHS

Replied: 9th Jul 2024 at 10:14

Posted by: whups (13671) 

seems it,s been a long time since you were in a hospital ward 1stroke . with laundry , cleansing of beds , cleaning the wards, TV privitised at a £10 a chuck , agency nurses rife & best of all any "new" hospitals being built are rented out to the NHS from the private sector. so wots left 1stroke ? .

Replied: 9th Jul 2024 at 11:20

Posted by: Tommy Two Stroke (15935)

Earlier on I was listening to Lord Snooty on GB News and he was praising Wes Streeting the new Health Minister, and he was saying that if Labour and the Tories did the same thing with the NHS, Labour would be said to be reforming and regenerating the NHS, but the Tories doing exactly the same thing, they would be accused of 'privatising' the NHS

Replied: 9th Jul 2024 at 22:07

Posted by: whups (13671) 

the,ve privitised it alright lansley,s health & social care bill saw to that . lord snooty cant lie straight in bed he needs to pop another sour grape in .

Replied: 9th Jul 2024 at 23:40

 

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