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Ian Syme
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Lawrence Dunhill Nov 26
The creation of CCGs (& the 2012 Act) must rank pretty high in the list of health policy failures since 1948 This has been on the cards for yrs now, but NHS England is now formally backing legislation to abolish CCGs by April 2022. from
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Lawrence Young Nov 30
Logistical nightmare. And remember that the Pfizer vaccine requires two doses injected 3 weeks apart. You’re probably not fully protected until at least a week after the second jab!!
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Rebecca Thomas 16h
Exclusive: Leaks reveal two-thirds of private hospital capacity went unused by NHS Leaked NHS data shows private sector capacity was barely used following the pandemic despite soaring waiting lists
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Ian Syme 12h
UK coronavirus death toll passes 75,000
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Pandemic has left legacy of child abuse and neglect, Ofsted warns
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Ian Syme Nov 30
DeepMind's AI biologist can decipher secrets of the machinery of life
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Ian Syme Nov 30
Government rolls out the Door Matt to say nothing much at all | John Crace And then “....lapsed into his default management consultancy speak. The type of language for which you get paid £600 per hour for saying precisely nothing at all.”
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Ian Syme Nov 30
DeepMind AI cracks 50-year-old problem of protein folding
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david oliver Nov 30
"The Nightingales are not hospitals. They don’t A&E departments; surgery facilities; onsite advanced diagnostics or pathology services; or indeed (almost any) dedicated staff: their workforce had to be borrowed in the first wave, and will have to be borrowed again"
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John Finucane MP Nov 30
The British Govt has again refused to hold a public inquiry into my father’s murder. Their response today was nothing short of insulting. Full statement of my mother Geraldine Finucane:
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Philip Collins Nov 30
I have been watching politics a long while and "George Eustice says a Scotch egg is a substantial meal" is without doubt the best sentence of reporting in all that time.
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David A. Graham Nov 30
Replying to @GrahamDavidA
Elvis Costello has just reissued "Armed Forces," in a sprawling boxset, and to me its paranoia and anger still speak to this era better, 41 years later, than any of the political music Trump has inspired. (7/7)
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My Modern Met Nov 30
Craig Varjabedian is known for his stunning portrait series celebrating the lives and cultures of Native Americans.
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World Food Programme Nov 30
A few years ago, the number of people that were marching toward the brink of starvation was about 80 million. Over the past three years, it spiked up to 135 million. Now, the numbers are going from 135 million one year ago to 270 million. speaks to ⏯️⤵️
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The Paris Review Nov 30
“Essentially there is no violence. No irrational threats. No intimidating predators. No cold-blooded animals. All the things that aren’t here resolve what is. Relief from fear is freedom.”
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Simon Fleming 🔨 Nov 30
“If you suffered in life and want others to suffer as you did because “you turned out fine”, you did not, in fact, turn out fine” & I wrote something about the “back in my day” phenomenon seen (and sometimes published) in &
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Ian Syme Nov 30
Rio voters inflict humiliating electoral wipeout on mayor .. the widely neo-Pentecostal bishop and ally is considered by some to be the worst mayor in the city’s history.
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Thomas van Linge Nov 30
An outrageous and untrue statement matched only by those made by dictatorships in places like Syria, Azerbaijan, and Saudi Arabia. It seems Abiy Ahmad has completely abandoned to the path of democratic reform
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Ian Syme Nov 30
😎..The wayward donkey reminded me of some thoroughbreds Ive punted in the past..
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World Economic Forum Nov 30
Here's how many people COVID-19 could push into poverty, according to the World Bank
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