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Mike Armiger Sep 24
The lack of mental health provision in this country is scandalous. We often struggle to find youth psychiatric intensive care unit beds in the whole of the UK. Sending every child to CAMHS isn't the answer. We need to support mental health both social and clinically
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Rachel•• Sep 24
I really really really cannot stress enough how much mental health workers want to help those struggling, but the sad reality is that we’re severely underfunded and extremely stretched, and people in crisis are being turned away due to this
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Luciana Berger Sep 24
Young people reporting feeling suicidal before accessing care is unacceptable and impacts on their recovery. It also costs more to provide inpatient care than deliver services in the community.
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К🌹 #GTTO 🖐 Sep 24
every tory MPs should watch this - and ask themselves why? Why are they cutting services? Especially children mental health services. You should be ashamed.
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Dean Boroczky Sep 24
Watching other people’s story on panorama is heart breaking. My sister is young and battling anxiety and depression. My mum was told by a CAMHS Worker ‘if you can’t cope, call social services and have her taken away’. The system is letting young people and family’s down
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Devutopia Sep 17
For two days the BBC main news headline has been virtually written by No.10. Will Jeremy Corbyn get his own special with an easy interview with no gotcha questions, soft focus gentle film work and two days worth of soft headlines on all BBC news bulletins too?
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hairysteve20 Sep 17
"So tell me Prime Minister, how many of the people you forced onto Universal Credit have committed suicide in the last year?" "Er..." "Only kidding! Whay are you so lovely Prime Minister? When can I get my Lordship?"
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Colin Valley #GTTO #HD2 Sep 17
"We will burn you in your home. If you run and hide or simply go to work, we will find you and demand your papers which we burned earlier. We will arrest you, detain you, deny you justice, healthcare, housing & employment, then we will deport you."
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Tomas O'Braonain Sep 17
Was waitin for Big Theresa tae do the ‘Sharon Stone’ shit for Nicky boy,there!
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pete best Sep 17
Tory shill already talking in hushed reverential tones about "round this table Theresa May fought to make the Chequers Agreement happen"...it's a meaningless pile of crap not the bloody Magna Carta you obsequious prat
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OOK Sep 17
If Brexit were cancelled... 5% of the population would be raging 25% would be pissed off at the waste of time 70% would be relieved And after a few weeks of national debate we'd all move on apart from the 5%
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Nadeem Ahmed Sep 17
Theresa May only has few weeks left to get a Brexit deal and then get it through parliament. I don’t see that happening, her days as Prime Minister are coming to an end. We will have an election, and Jeremy Corbyn will lead Brexit and the country .
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The Pileus Sep 17
How lucky is Theresa May! On the BBC are giving her 30 minutes of prime-time tv to sell her Brexit plan & Nick Robinson will be asking the questions.
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James Melville Sep 16
Soft focus, with a deliberate slight blurring or lack of definition. Simpering and obsequious. Given an easy ride...It’s Tory Love Island on BBC1 at 8.30pm tonight.
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Fitzy Sep 17
What is this soft shite "interview" by Tory shill Nick Robinson? There are no real questions, no valid answers, no substance. Usual biased BBC crap.
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Schona Jolly QC Sep 17
Less than 6 mins of and I don’t think I can take any more of this. History will not judge this PM, or her cabinet (and ex-cabinet) with any generosity at all. Tell the truth, Prime Minister. Speak frankly about the national interest & consequences.
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Edwin Hayward Sep 17
Remember: Remain is ALWAYS an option. Lord Kerr (who drafted Article 50) has clearly stated it’s reversible. And the EU have said on numerous occasions that they’d like the UK to stay. So Chequers or no deal is a false equivalence as there are more than those 2 choices.
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Paul Dreczko #FBPE Sep 17
The very dim David Davis quit his job, he has no say now. Why is he on ?
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Daniel Chapman Sep 17
I'll be honest: I'm not quite sure what to make of the latest episode of Car Pool Karaoke.
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Rosie 18h
I am sixteen and have been turned away from the NHS adolescence mental health program. I suffer from debilitating panic attacks that mean I can’t live my life properly or even leave the house sometimes. But apparently I’m not ‘bad enough’. This is Tory Britain.
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