Brittany Wright doesn’t know who is responsible for education in the different parts of the United Kingdom. And it gets no better from there…
There is no evidence that patients are demanding that surgeries be open at weekends.
The Union’s election postcard reads like a Labour/SNP press release. And we have an appearance from Sam West (Alleyn’s, Lady Margaret Hall Oxford, Socialist Alliance).
Doctors need a moratorium on change to let them catch their breath. But with votes to win, the urge to make unrealisable promises is too great to resist.
The reality is that they can spout educational pie-in-the-sky because they know (as do we all) that they won’t be forming the next government.
The smartest public health move would be encouraging lifestyles that delay dementia, rather than diagnosing the untreatable when it arrives.
I guess modernisation is inevitable, but we really do need to reflect a little on the tradition we’ll lose.
His recent statement on unwell children and medical attention is at odds with the recommendation to call your GP Surgery or NHS 111.
It’s a radical and potentially unpopular solution, I know. But at least it’s an honest one.
The deceased actor was a genius, capable of tragedy as well as comedy. That’s why I wanted him to take on one of the great Shakespearian roles.
The difference between the new films and the old ones? Nowadays, good-versus-evil moralising isn’t really done.
Understand our Judæo-Christian heritage and only then can you begin to understand every aspect of our culture and national history.
Come this way – Dr Vladimirescu will see you now.
It’s as practical as pledging that everyone will get a free taxi home on New Year’s Eve.
There’s a lot of Strauss and Mahler to choose from – but why so little acknowledgement of CPE Bach’s 300th Anniversary?