Separately to - Dr Alison Diamond MB ChB CE of the Northern Devon Healthcare NHS Trust and Dr George Thomson MB ChB Medical Director (NO REPLY)
Dear Dr ….... and doctors on the CCG board,
We write as doctors to doctors, with over 300 years of service in the NHS between us, because the service is in crisis. We have especial concern about the closure or downgrading of Community Hospitals (CH) and how that will effect the competence of the District General Hospitals to deal with the ever increasing need for medical care. We list just a few signs of this crisis for brevity. We have no conflicting interests, our concern being only for the maintenance of good, rational services for all patients.
We know the duties of your public body was made clear by Sir David Nicholson KCB CBE Chief Executive of the NHS in England on 29 July 2010
• support from GP commissioners;
• strengthened public and patient engagement;
• clarity on the clinical evidence base; and
• consistency with current and prospective patient choice.
We will return to these rules later.
'Bring peace and stability to Syria' says Cameron
PM yesterday 13.00 hrs 3-09-15
Dear Mr Stride,
I was very pleased to hear that Mr Mercer and Mr Burrowes had spoken for the refugees from Syria. No doubt they would include those from Libya.
The moral obligation is complete given that the UK has joined with others in overthrowing the Syrian state as it exists. The 'rebels', almost all imported terrorists who are supported by the surrogates of Saudi Arabia and the UAE, are also given communications equipment by us and the SAS are active there I am told. UK Tornado bombers have been on sortie against IS without the knowledge of parliament.
It is worth reminding ourselves that Syria was a stable country, albeit with some Sunni undercurrents. Its growth rate was 10% I think before the 'rebellion'.
Dear Ms Godfrey,
Good morning. Time passes. I have taken preliminary advice from a lady barrister who specialises in ''planning'' with a possible judicial review in mind. I had heard from local people as to how ''prior approval'' can be revoked, and then read it up.
Given that TDC was given 'false information' (euphemism) after Ms Kelly Grunnill Senior Planning Officer asked a clear/unambiguous question - No 2, it would seem to this layman that revocation of the 'prior approval' is the way out of this mire for TDC.
Perhaps TDC is worried the appeal will stay live. I would hope that an inspector would kick it out quickly given the travesty of this most recent application.
FAO Mr Nicholas Davies
Business Manager Strategic Place Teignbridge District Planning Department
Ref: 15/01296/MPA Charlecombe Mill Top Farm Mr King
PRELIMINARY AND WITHOUT PREJUDICE
Dear Mr Davies,
I understand that TDC gave its assent to the construction of a large timber barn to be used for agricultural purposes on this site in about 2010 even though it would serve only 48 acres. Indeed,
the assent then was for a barn that could have been 30 ft longer. There is a view in the parish that the applicant wanted a dwelling at this site from the start and that perhaps he had wind of the relaxation of the planning rules blowing his way.
As a layman, but with some knowledge of our law, I believe that a judicial review is probably indicated in regard both to process and the respect given to statutory declarations.
I should be grateful for your answering the most salient questions coming out of my study of the records. I will try to give context. The questions/requests will be in bold and numbered. I have concentrated on the latter communications – the 'flurry'.
Dear Mr Halpin – Thank you for your message. The Archbishop is not I am afraid going to engage with you, one to one by email, on the complex issues in the Middle East. He has made a number of public statements over the years about the Middle East, and visited the region. Anything he says that is public is available on his website.
Mr Andrew Nunn | Correspondence Secretary to the Archbishop of Canterbury