For a truly grim account of the state of the NHS from a frontline doctor, click here.
(My thanks to a reader for drawing this to my attention.)
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"We have had 50 years of very, very long waiting lists."
Lord Warner, Labour government health minister, 22nd April 2005 at a meeting organised by the British Orthopadic Directors Society, reported in the Daily Telegraph
"A splendid book. It's a devastating critique of the welfare state. A page-turner, yet also extensively sourced. Demonstrates how attempts to achieve good intentions have led to horrible results -- increasing crime and violence, worsened conditions of the very poor, an extraordinary deterioration in the quality and character of British life.
Milton Friedman, Nobel Prize-winner.
The Greycoat Hospital was once a workhouse. It has since been a hospital and a school. It has a very long welfare history. It has now been taken over by the state. No related posts.
broadcast on Channel 4, 2010