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Charlotte Hughes. The Poor Side Of life Jan 7
Why are NHS hospitals still allowing Theresa May into their hospitals and why are NHS staff so friendly with her. Unbelievable. .
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Gemma Fitton 7h
I hope someone somewhere in government just watched tonight’s
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Micheál Campbell 16h
Replying to @NHSvBrexit @UKLabour
The Tory-LibDem-NewLabour privatisation of the NHS is an ongoing programme and will continue whether Britain is in the EU or not. The only way to is to elect a . government committed to reversing privatisation.
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Simon Jan 12
Finally home after being admitted to hospital on 27/12. Some New Year🙈 To the Doctors, Nurses & staff of , thank you from the bottom of my heart. You helped a very ill, very scared man get back to his family - Your compassion has left an indelible mark on me
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michelle maher 14h
NHS England losing staff in record numbers over long hours – study This is the Tory 10 Year plan! Every nurse and doctor i have spoken to are on their knees
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Robin Wood 🌹 2h
The taxpayer funds the NHS, it is in the taxpayers interest to eliminate illness. A private profiteer/corporation runs a health service, it is in its interest to perpetuate illness and create more.
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Harriet Williams #FBPE Jan 26
I just had to put my phone down from twitter to have a cry. Real, roll down the cheeks tears about what’s happened to our country.
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Trish McLaughlin 11h
Replying to @TrishMcLaughli5
Full interview. He obvs didn't use our precious NHS for his diagnosis- or his surgery - having said that I'm pleased for him and his family he is cancer-free and made a full recovery. to
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Neil Webb Jan 15
Just hugged an old woman on the train, who was visibly struggling and becoming increasingly exacerbated by her even older (travel) partner’s impaired cognitive awareness (dementia?) and repeatedly asking, “Is it the next stop?” and “Are we there yet?”
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Cherian George Jan 26
If there are a few things that disappoint me about some in leadership roles in hospitals, it is the lack of , , , & ethical and mora values.
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West Midlands Labour Jan 10
Tory MP for Stoke South Jack Brereton has some strange ideas about the NHS... Apparently it’s patients that are the problem for turning up at A&E (“who didn’t really need to be there”)🤔. It couldn’t possibly be anything to do with 9 years of Tory cuts...
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MartinTeapot #FBPE WATON 13h
Replying to @Ferretgrove
Does anyone know what they are so upset about? 🤣😂 🤣😂 🤣😂 🤣😂 🤣
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Ashlea Ann Jan 20
Hit by a car and flown away for surgery. Journey has been utterly seamless thanks to the heros of the emergency services and all the NHS staff. I'm overwhelmed by how lucky I am to be in their capable hands, and to still be here.
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Salena Godden Jan 18
🦷 Spent the afternoon today. I was in horrendous pain and they were so super efficient and kind. I am tweeting to say I am so grateful for the NHS!
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Cervix Smarts Jan 31
4 x 25 x 3 x Diagnosed with 21st Nov, Finished treatment 31st Jan 🥳Thanks to all the amazing staff at ! 👩🏻‍⚕️👨🏾‍⚕️
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Mark Adkins Dec 8
In the USA . . . the home of free market capitalism . . . the biggest cause of personal bankruptcy is medical bills. Not dodgy business investments, gambling or financial mismanagement. Simply getting sick can bankrupt you . . . often even with health insurance!
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Inez Laing-Faiers Jan 25
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Sophie Danby Jan 17
Sat in hospital waiting for an Anti D injection marvelling at the wonder that is the ... Helping me bring this little one into the world, caring for us both unconditionally without invoicing us for a medical bill at the end of it.
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Queen of Sheba 8h
Replying to @NHSMillion
Don’t give into bullying-there’s always those who would go out of their way to find something to complain about. Pity them. You’re doing a great job
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Helen Hayes Dec 31
In 2018 we opposed Tory Brexit, celebrated & campaigned to celebrated Windrush generation & fought their disgraceful treatment, championed our local football club, secured funding for BCA & kept on fighting Tory austerity. More to do in 2019. Happy New Year!
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