- Oct 27, 2017
"Lalalalala I'm not listening"
Yeah but Corbyn was gonna tax you an extra £8
Why improve the NHS when you can just move the goalposts?
They've been messed around by the government more than a bit on this tragic fiasco. The chance of that woman ever returning to the country after she had been allowed to leave was basically zero. The only 'justice' the Dunn's might ever receive is those responsible for allowing her to leave getting a slap on the wrist.
“...the family had agreed with government officials not to comment on the extradition process while proceedings were ongoing. “
If people fly less, they might accidentally notice the appalling state of the UKs train services, and we just can't have that, since we know whose fault that is.
Giving her the benefit of the doubt, I'm hoping she just didn't realise what she was insinuating when saying that - but it's not a good look either way.
Because "SNP Bad" is easier to process than actually having a nuanced understanding of Scottish politics, and that's been true both for the Tories and Labour.
It's getting incredibly frustrating. We have the right to choose our own future. Nandy and Phillips speak like tinpot dictators.
It just seems a bit odd with the leader of labour in Scotland looking like he's shifting to a softer stance on another referendum.
Headline is a bit clickbaitey. The issue is with treating disability and non-disability lives equally.
It is currently legal to terminate a pregnancy up to full-term on the grounds of disability while the upper limit is 24 weeks if there is no disability. I personally do not agree with this position and agree with the words of the Disability Rights Commission that “the context in which parents choose whether to have a child should be one in which disability and non-disability are valued equally”.
Priority is always given to those that need it, the 4 hr target is useful in a system where the emergency department is making up for issues in the rest of the NHS.I don't actually think getting rid of the 4 hour target is a bad idea, it's not a great metric, just depends what it's replaced with.
What matters in A&E is that patients are triaged quickly so the ones that need to be seen quickly are, more than 1/2 the people there don't actually need to be so it's inconvenient if they are there a long time but it wouldn't be doing anyone any physical harm.
If you matched the wait time with the severity of the symptoms you'd have a much better measure of how much harm is being caused by waiting times.
Exactly it is, that's why it's impossible for the 4 hour target to be hit, in fact if you saw an A&E hitting it you'd be highly suspicious of what they had to do to get there.
The target is an average though, isn't it? So making low priority patients wait and treating urgent patients quickly should balance out in the end.
You can join the Labour party to take part up till January 20th. So if you wanna be heard, do it that way. If you're a student or under 26, it's like £2.17 a month.
Yep.Boris Johnson's pick to help lead Grenfell inquiry linked to cladding firm
How does Boris manage to be so useless, didn't people check.