Thursday, August 17, 2006


It seems transparently clear that the government (this government likes transparancy) wants to close down the NHS and open privatisation contracts. Sell off the lucrative bits and leave the lossy parts to public funding.

Make it unattractive to UK taxpayers to support it so an easy and uncontested continued winding down can be expected. The facilities will just change ownership.

As taxpayers we own this facility. But the government will try to sell it as though it owns it. Not you or I.

Sacking doctors and nurses? This makes it very clear. Avoiding future redundancy payments. How else can you reconcile 'getting rid' of key staff. But, keep the managers who know not a thing about health care. They can be sold on to private administration. Managers never did and still don’t know anything about real health management. Though they are the most important, key players.

It seems doctors and nurses don't help a hospital service, but managers do.

Don't forget that redundancy issue, though.



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