All I can say is thank goodness that the NHS has been a top priority for the past ten years. Everyone Is A Photographer Until Mug. And not deliberately underfunded and run into the ground to make it easier to sell off to private companies and the US.
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What a relief that we recently voted to keep the NHS in these same safe hands at a time when we are going to need it most. But that’s his choice, it doesn’t meant you’re a clown if you shake hands or make any other decision. For goodness sake if he didn’t there’d be the out cry of her wouldnt’. Just keep stringent hygiene. Everyone Is A Photographer Until Mug. In a world where coronavirus is with us we can still be kind. Some of his practical responses were alright, particularly the bit about expansion of sick pay which is the only sane response to that problem. But mostly I can’t shake off the feeling that the usual Tory obsession with money/markets is behind this “take it slow” thing. It feels like they’d rather get the inevitable deaths out of the way and get on with the economy, than try to reduce risk at a cost. All very well if you have money to worry about, and aren’t one of the deaths. Otherwise it’s lose/lose eh. Anyway, wash your hands. You still don’t understand that opinions and different economic models weren’t banned after the election. Live with it. Only an idiot would think that Linna Blackman’s post was about the election. It is, of course about the expediency of political self-interest over the interests of public health. And that should always be a concern, regardless of the colour of politics.