The NHS is 65. ‘Many happy returns’?

Last Updated: July 5, 2013By

I may have something to say about the government’s celebration of the NHS’ 65th anniversary later today.


  1. Alex Casale July 5, 2013 at 3:31 pm - Reply

    Celebration of the NHS’ 65th anniversary later today? More like a wake!
    I am disillusioned with the onslaught against the NHS by this punitive
    government. I am running scared that the Labour party, of which I am a member,
    is not saying or explaining what they will be doing to save the NHS, (and what
    they are going to do to revoke the many heartless cuts this government, (by default), have made, and are still making).
    Changes in the running of the NHS are probably needed, things have changed
    over last sixty-five years, but the operative word is social CARE of patients, in all its forms!
    With the ‘recession’ now a national clinical depression, people appear to show surprising apathy toward the overwhelming cuts in the social fabric of this country.
    Yes, there are many people who are concerned – writing their blogs, discussions
    online, even meetings etc., but there is a large majority who have been misled by the government, and have no redress.
    The media are in the pocket of the government, and they appear to uphold the
    this tyrannical government.
    We’ve done the talking, now is the time to do the walking. Get on the streets!

  2. Thomas July 5, 2013 at 5:17 pm - Reply

    This government is trying to quietly strangle the 65 year old NHS as quickly as possible.

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