Friday, 17 November 2017

NHS in crisis while Essex Freemasons pat themselves on the back

The Kings Fund is an independent charity working to improve health and care in England. The Kings Fund have stated their deep concerns about the NHS  "The NHS is struggling to cope with record demand and social care services are stretched to the limit."

Some good news for a change
The British Red Cross have already declared that the NHS has crossed a line into a "humanitarian crisis" requiring the large scale intervention of charities.

The BBC reports:  Patients are dying alone on hospital wards because staff do not have enough time to care for them, nurses say. The mounting pressure across the UK is also leading to medicines being given late and patients being left in pain. The issues have been brought to light after the Royal College of Nursing canvassed front-line staff about their experiences of their last shift.

Here in "Royalist Romford" instead of addressing the NHS crisis we have the Essex Freemasons publicising their "social consciousness" by giving money to hospices in a carefully placed article in the .Romford Recorder.  We wonder how many Essex Freemasons have private health care, do you think they are concerned about the people's NHS or  just their own welfare ?  

If you REALLY want to protect the NHS don't believe all the charity bunk from the Royalist Conservative establishment like the Royal Arch Freemasons and their friends in the Essex press simply vote Labour in every election.   






NHS crisis does our MP Andrew Rosindell even care ?   

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