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Dr. Mike Rosser
Damian Green Tory MP saying on that we all need to start paying towards an insurance type system to pay for our care. And there it is. That is what we are going to get.
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The Walrus 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿 🐟 🇪🇺 #FBPE #RejoinEU Dec 13
I paid my NI for forty years, as the agreed contract price of my lifetime's medical care, and now people have voted for a gang of crooks who are stealing that from me. I hope to live long enough to see these criminals jailed.
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Dr. Mike Rosser Dec 14
That was never what NI was for. National Insurance funds statutory benefits, such as sick pay and disability. And your state pension. It does not, and never has funded healthcare, highways, the police and other public services.
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Tony Gleeson🇮🇪🇪🇺 Dec 13
Replying to @EmergMedDr @LBC
Are we not paying national insurance already to cover the cost?
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Dr. Mike Rosser Dec 13
Replying to @ERdrAnto @LBC
Not the same as private insurance schemes. Have you seen how much they pay elsewhere?
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Dr. Mike Rosser Dec 13
Replying to @Klenkski @LBC
About 13:45 today. He kept cutting off so the radio presenter had to keep calling him back. Have a listen
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Mary Culver Dec 14
Replying to @EmergMedDr @LBC
After living in France for 15 years, I've come to the conclusion that the UK cannot keep having tax cuts AND a fully funded NHS. It has to be one or the other. It's your choice. Our system is complicated, and we pay towards it but it's worth it. The poor pay nothing.
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Dr. Mike Rosser Dec 14
Replying to @NormandyMary @LBC
Couldn't agree more
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KMac🌻 Dec 14
Replying to @EmergMedDr @LBC
Those that can pay will be paying. Mmm. That leaves a huge void about what would be provided for those who can’t afford insurance. It opens up the possibility of new discrimination/hate crimes against any vulnerable person who lives in poverty.
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Dr. Mike Rosser Dec 14
Replying to @LBC
It certainly does. And it also means that those who can insure themselves keep their homes. Those that cannot insure themselves, lose everything.
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