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  1. Why is why Jeremy Hunt, the health secretary selling a profitable and effective company his Department of Health owns, Which save the NHS and UK Taxpayers £70 MILLION pounds a year? "On the government’s own estimates NHSP saves the taxpayer around £70m a year by organising last-minute or replacement staffing for NHS trusts" "NHSP supplies staff cheaper than those obtained through private agencies which Simon Stevens, the chief executive of NHS England, has castigated for charging “rip-off” rates." "It is thought ministers hope to realise about £50m for a 75% stake in the firm" "Madders is also concerned that if the DH finalises the sale by the end of August, when parliament is not sitting, MPs would be denied proper oversight of the deal. “This deal is being pushed through behind closed doors”, he says in his letter." https://www.theguardian.com/society/2017/jul/27/labour-demands-inquiry-into-privatisation-of-nhs-owned-recruiter?subid=19389892&CMP=EMCNEWEML6619I2 Staffline tables bid for NHS nurses agency amid privatisation row "The current NHS Professionals sale process - codenamed Project Florence - is only the latest attempt to part-privatise the staffing agency, following an aborted previous effort." http://news.sky.com/story/staffline-tables-bid-for-nhs-nurses-agency-amid-privatisation-row-10885313 NHS staffing agency moves towards privatisation "Philip Dunne, minister of state for health, in November said the partial sale was required to bring in “substantial investment” to improve and expand the service" - which currently SAVES the NHS £70 MILLION a year
  2. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health Without getting into political arguments, I would be interested to know how people feel about the target time being applicable only to the more serious of health issues ? It is my belief that more and more people are using A&E as an out of hour GP service - or when they cannot get a GP appointment in good time - but where the issues are not 'emergencies'
  3. Digital 'wallet' of 7,500 coins of the virtual currency believed to be beneath four feet of rubbish at south Wales recycling centre, and is worth more than £4.1 million A hard drive which holds more than £4 million worth of Bitcoins, the virtual currency, is buried beneath several feet of mud at a recycling plant in south Wales, it has been claimed. The computer hard drive was reportedly thrown away by its owner several months ago, along with the Dell laptop it came from, with 7,500 Bitcoins stored on it, at a waste recycling centre in Pillgwenlly, Newport. • What is Bitcoin and how does it work? According to a post on the social news website Reddit, the coins were collected or “mined” – a process where computer users solve complex mathematical equations and are rewarded with Bitcoins – when they were almost worthless. But after months of widespread media coverage, and a boost to the virtual currency’s legitimacy after a U.S. Senate committee hearing, the value of Bictoin has increased by more than 4,000 per cent, meaning the 7,500 coins stored on the abandoned hard drive are worth more than £4.1 million ($6 million). More: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/technology/news/10478871/Treasure-hunt-for-4m-worth-of-Bitcoins-buried-on-hard-drive-at-landfill-site.html
  4. Isnt that the plot of The Wizard of Oz?
  5. I received this email today. Having much to thank the NHS for over the years, I would encourage caggers to sign the open letter and hold Jeremy Hunt to account - Have a look at this: https://secure.38degrees.org.uk/Hunt-letter Jeremy Hunt has been announced as the new Health Secretary, replacing Andrew Lansley. This means he is now the minister responsible for the NHS, so it is really crucial that he understands just how important our NHS is. If enough of us sign the open letter telling him that we'll stand strong to protect our NHS, then he will realise that we mean business. Let's make it clear that we'll challenge him every step of the way if we need to. Please sign the open letter now: https://secure.38degrees.org.uk/Hunt-letter Thank you all for your support. Remember - it is YOUR NHS.
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