Cameron still Determined to Destroy the NHS
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Cameron still Determined to Destroy the NHS

London : United Kingdom | Feb 07, 2012 at 12:12 PM PST
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David Cameron MP gives a talk at The Open University (1/3)

The NHS is already short of staff and you see the problems all around you. Yet, Cameron decided to cut a further 2,500 nurses. Since the Prime Minister came to power, which was only in May 2010, he axed already 3,500 nurses.

Furthermore, GPs warned that with cutting the budget they would be obliged to use cheaper drugs which might not be so affective to stop the illness. If the illness is prolonged it is not a cheaper way and definitely does not safe money. Or on the other hands Doctors might be tempted to use drugs which are not been fully tested and therefore would be cheaper. That again would not help if the drug creates other problems such as liver, kidneys or heart.

Labour is trying their utmost to stop the treaded proposed Health Bill.

At the same time Cameron is willing to spent an unbelieveable amount of £1.8billion to tear the NHS apart and let the profit-making private firms take over. Why? Everybody can guess and make up their own mind.

Labour leader Ed Milliband was informed at the Royal University Hospital in Orpington, Kent that a mere £750,000 would pay for 6,000 nurses. The Labour leader said: "In tough times and with little money around the very first priority should be to protect the frontline NHS.

"Instead we have a government blowing a vast amount of money on damaging top-down re-organisation at the time as it is cutting thousands of nurses."

THERE GOES ANOTHER PROMISED FROM THE ELECTION NOT BEING HELD BY DAVID CAMERON AND HIS CONSERVATIVE PARTY.

SO FAR THERE IS NOT ONE PROMISE BEING HELD.

Dr Peter carter, Royal College of Nursing chief executive, who said:"Over 48,000 NHS posts are at risk in England alone. The NHS reorganisation in the Health and Social Care Bill is a costly distraction. We urge peers to vote against the Bill."

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