Monthly Archives: September 2015

WILL THE LABOUR PARTY CLEAN OUT THE CITY OF LONDON?

I thought that Ben Judah (nytimes.com, March 7, 2014) was penetrating in his analysis of England’s establishment, but rather limited in his view of who they serve. He set the tone: ‘LONDON — THE city has changed. The buses are … Continue reading

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NURSES SHOULD SUPPORT JUNIOR DOCTORS

An article entitled ‘BMA to ballot junior doctors on industrial action’ (www.bbc.co.uk, 26 September 2015) summarises that: Junior doctors in England are to be balloted on industrial action over government plans to introduce a new contract from August 2016. Critics … Continue reading

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THE TRUTH ABOUT THE REFUGEE CRISIS

The number of people crossing the Mediterranean to enter the European Union (EU) was 626,000 in 2014. At this time, the EU had a population of 508 million. In 1992, the EU accomodated 672,000 refugees, when its population totalled 380 … Continue reading

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DEFEND DOCTORS IN THE NHS

Doctors, and consultants in particular, are easy pickings for governments bent on the privatisation of health care. This is because it is perceived that they are a pampered elite, whose incomes far outweigh those whom the government can make envious … Continue reading

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