Dear 'Think' TV,
I seldom watch your programme nowadays because the black propaganda element is so large. It was confirmed tonight. I have not 'played it again' but hope my memory serves. Mr Frei introduced the subject of riotous behaviour at Bassingbourn Barracks and Ms Hilsum reported from the site.
Drunkeness and sexual assaults on women were among the charges against the cadets. A picture was painted of an amoral rabble. (You will recall that in the armed action to overthrow Ghaddafi the 'rebels' were sometimes called rabbles.)
Thank you Geoff. I had read the much truncated 'confidential' report in the Guardian. But this is more than stark. Skimmed - so much evil to read here and everywhere. I bet the opthalmologists at Taunton advised against this Poundland exercise.
I noted Conclusions 7 1 especially. Outrageous. And leaning over to make the 'letting' of a contract to an outfit run by 2 money grubbing GPs in BUCKINGHAMSHIRE sound normal and capable of high standards. 'The Practice' - what practice?
Dear NHS England and Mr Jeremy Hunt ,
We are assailed every few days by prescriptions from Mr Hunt. There must be many professionals or retired ones who know the facts or analysis are faulty.
I served in OUR NHS as a doctor and orthopaedic/trauma surgeon for 40 years. My interest in the service is as vital now as it was say 30 years ago.
Of many efforts to improve the standards of care at Torbay Hospital, I recall writing in the early 80s about the staffing of the ladies' fracture ward – Ainslie, at night. There used to be 2 staff nurses - ie SRNs. There were 25 patients (always 'full up'), many were bed bound and a few would be demented to varying degree. I pleaded for more nurses. An enrolled nurse (SEN) would have been a distinct help. The excellent staff nurses could not take a meal break. Nothing happened except that the care of some patients would have been second rate.
Thank you too for hearing me. I am pleased that you are bringing your concerns to Mr Hammond. There is in fact no proportionality. As you know, there is a vast history to this, 'the hinge of our humanity' as I call it. I know a good deal about it. My interest, and all my work there, is/was based in humanity, fairness and law. I am not anti-semitic. I am pro-human, and as my father taught me, everyone should have a 'fair crack of the whip.' If a select committee sat on these vital matters, I would be honoured to give evidence.
The first pain came to the native labourers when they were driven away by their new landlords in the early 20th C, ending in squatter camps in Haifa.
Mr Mel Stride MP for Central Devon
House of Commons
Ref: The war on the people of Gaza
26 July 2014
Dear Mr Stride,
The message below from Ally Cohen in the 'West Bank' came to me about 7pm. It is the tiniest microcosm of the whole. I reflect that I had several patients in my time who were injured in WW2 and who were POWs. They were treated with respect by German doctors and with great skill – usually in excess of that which we had to offer.
I 'phoned the FCO and eventually spoke with a good telephonist. I asked to speak with the duty officer about Beit Hanoun. She was only able to put me through if my concern was about a British subject.