The people who built the British Welfare State and those who are systematically destroying it today.
Don’t let them fool you; privatisation of State controlled hospitals means that only few well off people will be able to have health care.
Thousands of aged humans are accepting to put up with breakable afterimage because they are denied avalanche anaplasty on the NHS by ‘cruel and random’ rationing, campaigners warn.
These are cash-strapped times and the NHS really needs to be careful where it is spending its money. So I can’t help but feel concerned they are set to splash out £100,000 on reprinting a pregnancy manual to remove the word “dad” and replace it with “partner”. Not only is this a severe waste of money but surely it undermines the notion of the traditional family unit?
A presentation arguing whether or not the British welfare state was good or bad. The essay looks at the Beveridge Report and its effects, and examines whether the adoption of a welfare state was beneficial to Britain overall.
Its time to do something.
Privatisation of Britain – when will people wake up and realise that this is not how a country should be run?
David Cameron triumphantly returned last month from a EU meeting stating that I did not sign it. He was hailed like an hero.
My musings on a recent hospital visit with my three year old son.
Everyone is cutting back. But won’t some of the cut-backs cost us more in the end, if not in actual money, in terms of human and planetary well-being?