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Tmum 14h
Replying to @twinningmum
How is your decision making on long hours like that? Do you even do them? Now correct me if I’m wrong but when your party cut nhs spending you said you would improve social care/ out of hospital spending.
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Tmum 14h
Replying to @twinningmum
Today I spent the day phoning my GP due to the very noisy chest twin 2 is currently having. Twins are usually premature like mine were, so they are a bit more susceptible to chest problems. They had bronchiolitis when they were 1.
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Tmum 14h
Replying to @twinningmum
This wasn’t done. Private housing is being built everywhere, you would assume that schools, doctors surgery’s and whatever else is being built too at the same time? From my personal experience of my area, this is incorrect.
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Tmum 14h
Replying to @twinningmum
I spent the WHOLE day phoning with no answer from the surgery, and this was from when they opened. This was over ten calls, but nothing. They were definitely open. So I phoned 111 as his brother had been prescribed antibiotics the day before.
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Tmum 14h
Replying to @twinningmum
I go in to see a clearly stressed out GP who had accommodated my son despite pressures from every direction. He was short and to the point, something he isn’t usually like. He assessed my son and walked out the door to leave with me.
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Tmum 14h
Replying to @twinningmum
111 told me to phone my GP surgery, A+E wasn’t an option for me as it is for emergency’s and he was still breathing well enough. I explained I couldn’t get through and they said to keep trying until it closed, after that they would refer me to out of hours.
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Tmum 14h
let me tell you the story of how accessible healthcare currently is to the average U.K. citizen from my own experience today. This will be a thread so ensure you read every tweet.
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Ruth Rosenau Nov 9
Life on Universal Credit: I'm a carer for my son who has severe disabilities and had to wait 20 weeks for his full payment
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Paul Sacque Nov 14
I was shot in the head but they've turned me down for PIP
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Christopher John Nov 13
Appalled at how slow (over 30 mins) were to despatch an ambulance to a collapsed male at Uni during lunchtime today
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Tmum 14h
Replying to @twinningmum
Now my GP had been open since 8am, and he had been working since then. Why when a normal job would be a 8/9-5 was my GP leaving the surgery with me at nearly 5pm to make a house call?
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Tmum 14h
Replying to @twinningmum
Eventually I got through. They told me to be there in ten minutes as my GP needed to make an urgent house call. We don’t drive so luckily got a lift. We got to the surgery with a minute to spare.
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Tmum 14h
Replying to @twinningmum
You could suggest it’s the staff, but we all know this isn’t true at all. They are warriors, carrying and running a system that your government should be adequately running
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DJ Lujoso🏴 Nov 12
Replying to @HuffPostUK
The Spice Girls..? Have they replaced Tommy Robinson as our sole cultural output or are they worried they won't get their pensions with the roll out of Universal Credit..?
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Tmum 23h
Sent my son to school today as it seems you have to practically give a blood sample, a fingerprint and a piece of your hair to get an appointment at the moment. His twin has had antibiotics for his chest infection and now he has the same.
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Nicola 11m
Darlington's council will criminalise homeless with 'ludicrous' orders, warn Liberty | The Northern Echo
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timetrialstapes 15h
Replying to @ConstableChaos
Was always going to happen its what the govt want, Tories plan is simple lets under resource the police so they can't function then kill their pay and conditions so they leave.. Then the public will not trust in them ... Then we can privatize..
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Alex Fawcett Nov 14
Buy to let landlords - violating human rights/health & safety regulations since the dawn of time
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kev p Nov 9
Replying to @Your_Housing
No point, apparently YHG stopped repairing tenants fences 2 years ago due to budget cuts, probably thanks to the budget cuts, I guess I'll have to choose between buying my kids Xmas presents this year or getting the fence fixed, thks for that.
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Elizabeth Hancock #FBPE Nov 8
Dear , when oh when are you going to collect my food waste bin? Latest episode is 5 weeks and counting.....😢
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