Thursday, 21 July 2016

The NHS is being torn from those who have cherished it for decades

The NHS is being torn from those who have cherished it for decades The NHS is Britain’s most civilised accomplishment, yet our government is itching to convert it from a public service to a set of business opportunities

The NHS has just turned 68. Despite austerity, political meddling, cuts, [dis]reorganisations, years of misuse, battering and bruising and Brexit it’s still here, though gasping for breath.

A combined financial and staffing crisis could cause ongoing chaos for years and ultimately kill off the NHS for good. We have been squeezing the lemon for “efficiency savings” for years. But it is getting to the stage where there is nothing left to squeeze. 'Continue reading... The Guardian

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