Under the warm glow of the 'NHS is beyond reproach stage lights', kind, caring and professional work by many good people, is being undermined by some very dark NHS policies and events which need to be fully exposed.
Recently business man David Noakes was released from prison having served six months following his conviction on four charges relating to the manufacture, sale and supply of an unlicensed medicine.
NHS Deaths Feet of Clay Image
Whilst we know that a great many kind and hardworking people do their very best within the NHS, more and more media and press reports are surfacing of serious failures in hospitals, and nursing homes, the worst of which result in unnecessary deaths.  According to available NHS and Government statistics this is affecting not just a few people, but multiple thousands. 
Forewarned is forearmed but when it comes to using digital technology, that idiom falls on deaf ears. Not least of all, it seems, the UK Chief Medical Officers.
The government is working to change the system of consent in England which permits the removal of organs for transplant. Are we being fully informed of the potential consequences?
Earlier this week, NHS Highland ran a seminar to discuss and develop a new programme. It is called Getting It Right for Every Adult (GIRFEA).
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Death has become a prevalent subject in UK. That might perhaps seem appropriate, as with life comes death, and that is the stark situation for all of us.
Anglo French Medical Society Partying
A reader alerted us to the Anglo French Medical Society AFMS. What, they wondered, was this funny little organisation about. It says it is a "Professional Organisation fostering interaction between UK and French doctors and medical students."
In the ultimate trans-humanist world, Man, or at least some men, will be able to control every aspect of living and be ‘free’ from the constraints of nature. Such men, thus, seek to control every aspect of our lives. To do this they must divide and conquer, and the most basic divide and conquer is the destruction of the family unit.
This week the media reported on the London Health Commission's proposal to ban smoking in London's public spaces, such as parks and other green areas. The report suggests that children take up smoking because they are influenced by the adults around them.
Philosopher Robert Roland Smith said that for change to work, the discontent with the present must be greater than the tolerance of it. Isn't this the perception we are being fed about the state of parts of our NHS? Might this not suggest that it is being deliberately sabotaged from within?
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In recent months the NHS has hit the headlines with events and revelations that would previously have been deemed unbelievable...
A young mother, Clare O Sullivan from Waterford, Eire, who has refused consent for her young five year old son to be vaccinated was before the high court on the 18th of June 2012 in Dublin.
We are all familiar with the atrocities of the Nazis. The same planning which slowly worked it's way into the full blown evil that we look back on in horror, is at work again.
The Coalition government's plans for the NHS are revealed in the Health and Social Care Bill now before Parliament.
In July 2008, there was an interesting exchange between Sir Peter Tapsell and Gordon Brown during Prime Minister’s Questions.
Cheryl Gillan, Secretary of State for Wales, was asked by a BBC Radio Wales recently if she had introduced a Bill in Parliament in favour of opt-out organ donation. It was reported by Walesonline that Ms Gillan replied: “sorry – I did what?”
"Just look at all the support which the NHS has received on Twitter over the last couple of days", was the soundbite to be heard from the Cabbage Patch twit over the weekend.
Back in May, Myanmar suffered the effects of Cyclone Nargis. It left thousands dead, and a couple of million in dire humanitarian need. However, if the British media were to be believed, the Myanmar "junta" was murdering their own people by actively blocking aid efforts, and there was an immediate need for a mass influx of British "aid" workers.