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CarolineJMolloy
Journalist | editor & , also . Health | social policy | justice. Got a story? DMs open, or Caroline.molloy@opendemocracy.net
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It’s almost as if the whole test & trace was designed with more regard to the parallel private healthcare system being created, than to integrating with our existing public NHS, isn’t it?
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I could go on... watch this space!
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Oh, is that still not enough? Here, have some *more* money
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Even if you’re just offloading they work on someone else
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But even before we get into that ambition, there’s big money to be made in doing the basics badly
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For more on that aspect...
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Can’t help but suspect this might be connected
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sianushka 21h
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I’m enjoying how everyone is like “Macron lives in a palace!” And it’s like, well that’s because the French chucked the original Palace-dwellers into a tumbril.
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CarolineJMolloy 21h
And on that parallel private healthcare system...
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So as Johnson pursues a “thin” EU trade deal, at best, what’s his real agenda? Watch my interview with , who explains how the right’s desire for a US trade & investment deal, embedding US-style deregulation, explains much
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CarolineJMolloy 21h
Especially as adequate vitamin D has just been shown to reduce the risk of serious covid infection... ofc being outside in the sun doesn’t do as much for capitalism as crowding into bars, so we got stupid advice & a lack of prep that would have enabled more outdoor classrooms etc
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It’s almost as if the whole test & trace was designed with more regard to the parallel private healthcare system being created, than to integrating with our existing public NHS, isn’t it?
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David Schneider 21h
That feeling when “world-beating” is an “NHS” app that doesn’t recognise NHS tests only ones done through private, outsourced companies.
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Read it with an open mind... you might be surprised. It’s very good.
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openDemocracy Sep 25
It can be hard to get people to pay attention to trade-deals. But the UK-US trade deal after Brexit could be hugely consequential to the left, and to the future of Britain. spoke with Thursday to explain.
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CarolineJMolloy Sep 24
It’s shocking Rishi Sunak didn’t increase Universal Credit. If you support our call to increase it dramatically so it functions as a *real* safety net, with *no-one* allowed to fall below a level of income they can actually live on, sign our petition!
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CarolineJMolloy Sep 25
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Oh, for enlightened politics that saw the opportunity to encourage a healthier, outdoor culture, leveraging people’s already shifting instincts of what’s safe & fun, rather than focusing on the needs of commercial landlords etc. So fed up with pics of outdoor groups used to shame
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CarolineJMolloy Sep 25
Why isn’t there greater emphasis on this as an approach, for education for all ages? (And give all families a few hundred quid grant for warm and waterproof clothes & shoes).
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