Whilst I’m ecstatic for America’s success in re-electing Obama, it only makes me realise how much we done fucked up with Cameron. The NHS reform bill passed March this year is currently doing what could be irrevocable damage to our health care.
I watched a really great Dispatches documentary called Getting Rich on the NHS the other day on the damaging effects that former health secretary Andrew Lansely’s bill is doing to our NHS. It focuses on the governments aim to promote competition and increased involvement of private companies in our health care. The documetary centres around the shocking lack of care in Virgin Care’s practices in Kings Heath and possible negligence in Teeside. I’m sill completely baffled by the fact that a delicate healthcare contract was willingly awarded to a company that is famous for airlines but, I suppose ‘money talks’ is an idiom for good reason.
Andrew Burnham - “We will remind them every day of the damage they have done to our NHS” think it’s about time to do that…
So apparently sweeping problems under the rug doesn’t work… Who knew.
This obviously isn’t a new problem and we’re all painfully aware about the disgusting amount of young black men who are subjected to this on a regular basis. Please see the JME video logs in the 2nd attachment below which detail his frequent experiences with the police entitled ‘Chatty Policeman’.
In light of all this damning evidence of the policeman’s excessive use of force and racist verbal abuse having been recorded, signed, sealed and delivered by the victim himself (please see 1st video below) it still shocks and terrifies me that the CPS’ first decision was not to prosecute.
WHAT. THE. FUCK!?
JME ‘Chatty Policeman’
The NHS is “about to be unjustifiably broken apart by an ideological bill ending 63 years of #NHS history” - Andy Burnham
The 11th-hour move to block the Health and Social Care Bill came as the legislation passed its final test in the House of Lords on 19 March.