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  • Stop privatisation creeping into NHS 22 Feb 2018 19:28 News Post Leader Our world-beating, comprehensive health service must continue to be provided free at the point of use – but tell that to the Tories. They seem hell-bent on slowly killing the NHS through back-door privatisation and to make way for private health companies …
  • Donald Trump Jr. 'likes poor people in India because they smile' 22 Feb 2018 15:27 Independent 1/47 20 February 2018 Sarah Clarke is introduced as the new Black Rod to the House of Lords. She is the first female Black Rod in the 650-year history of the role and will be known as the Lady Usher of the Black Rod. PA 2/47 19 February 2018 …
  • Privatising county NHS contract 'will only save 0.07%' 22 Feb 2018 14:18 Preston Today A controversial move to privatise parts of Lancashire’s health services would save just 0.07 per cent, it has been revealed. Last year Lancashire County Council announced that it was awarding the £104m contract for the Healthy Child programme to Virgin, …
  • Richard Branson’s controversial private health company Virgin Care could take over children’s mental health care in Norfolk 22 Feb 2018 07:23 Evening News 24 22 February, 2018 - 07:00 Richard Branson visits the Virgin Money Lounge in Norwich. Picture: Denise Bradley Archant 2012 The private company, which provides more than £1bn-worth of NHS contracts across the country, is believed to be eyeing a move into …
  • Budget 2018: Heckled, booed and laughed at, Malusi Gigaba cracks Ramaphosa’s new dawn 22 Feb 2018 03:20 Daily Maverick That it would not be a smooth ride for Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba became clear even before he stood at the podium of the National Assembly to deliver Budget 2018. At the traditional pre-Budget speech briefing, the minister was asked about the North …
  • Letting Delhi down 21 Feb 2018 18:38 Indian Express It is not necessary for the CS to always find a way to meet the demands of the CM, which is a point of difference with other state cadres. CMs recognise this and make the best use of what they have been given. (File) The midnight drama at the Delhi chief …
  • Privately run urgent-care centre at the RUH 'requires improvement', says health watchdog 21 Feb 2018 12:15 Bath Chronicle The quality of care at Bath’s urgent-care centre has slipped, according to the health watchdog. The Care Quality Commission found that the privately run centre next to the A&E at the RUH had equipment, including children’s oxygen masks, that had …
  • Gigaba can avoid tax increases and make R112bn available – Alf Lees 21 Feb 2018 01:31 Politics Web DA MP says budget 2018 is the first real test for President Ramaphosa and his govt Budget 2018: Gigaba can avoid tax increases and make R112 billion available 20 February 2018 The fact is that no government can tax itself to prosperity. Tomorrow, Finance …
  • Airlines demand guarantee on Heathrow expansion costs 20 Feb 2018 20:38 The Independent 1/47 20 February 2018 Sarah Clarke is introduced as the new Black Rod to the House of Lords. She is the first female Black Rod in the 650-year history of the role and will be known as the Lady Usher of the Black Rod. PA 2/47 19 February 2018 …
  • Opposition lawmakers oppose PM’s suggestion to discuss judges’ conduct 20 Feb 2018 20:00 The Express Tribune Treasu­ry benche­s defend PM Abbasi’s statem­ent; say all instit­utions must work within limits­ Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi. PHOTO: APP/FILE ISLAMABAD:   For the second consecutive day, the treasury and the opposition benches in the National …
  • Tories' anti-homelessness taskforce 'yet to hold a single meeting' 20 Feb 2018 19:57 The Independent 1/47 20 February 2018 Sarah Clarke is introduced as the new Black Rod to the House of Lords. She is the first female Black Rod in the 650-year history of the role and will be known as the Lady Usher of the Black Rod. PA 2/47 19 February 2018 …
  • The Beginning Of The End Is Nigh For PFI 20 Feb 2018 19:38 Huffington Post So it turns out the much publicised manpower shortage in the British Army is down to outsourcing company Capita’s failure to do its job. It’s not often I applaud The Sun on it’s journalism, but their revelation this week that the army is being crippled a …
  • Convicted murderer used Instagram account to post threats from prison 20 Feb 2018 18:32 The Independent 1/47 20 February 2018 Sarah Clarke is introduced as the new Black Rod to the House of Lords. She is the first female Black Rod in the 650-year history of the role and will be known as the Lady Usher of the Black Rod. PA 2/47 19 February 2018 …
  • Extremists use schools to indoctrinate pupils, Ofsted says 20 Feb 2018 17:48 Independent 1/47 20 February 2018 Sarah Clarke is introduced as the new Black Rod to the House of Lords. She is the first female Black Rod in the 650-year history of the role and will be known as the Lady Usher of the Black Rod. PA 2/47 19 February 2018 …
  • Mother of 'vulnerable' missing girl, 13, appeals for help 20 Feb 2018 17:22 The Independent 1/47 20 February 2018 Sarah Clarke is introduced as the new Black Rod to the House of Lords. She is the first female Black Rod in the 650-year history of the role and will be known as the Lady Usher of the Black Rod. PA 2/47 19 February 2018 …
  • Junior doctors take rest break fight to High Court 20 Feb 2018 16:52 Charleston Daily Mail In a test case that threatens to cost the NHS millions, junior doctors are claiming they do not get enough rest and that patients are being put at risk. Dr Sarah Hallett says it is up to NHS trusts to make sure that junior medics get a half-hour break …
  • Gigaba can avoid tax increases and make R112 billion available – Alf Lees 20 Feb 2018 15:33 Politics Web DA says budget 2018 is the first real test for President Ramaphosa and his government Budget 2018: Gigaba can avoid tax increases and make R112 billion available 20 February 2018 The fact is that no government can tax itself to prosperity. Tomorrow, …
  • Grey squirrels’ problem solving skills help them win ‘battle of wits’ 20 Feb 2018 12:04 Independent 1/46 19 February 2018 Britain's Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson holds a rhinoceros horn as he visits a Metropolitan Police wildlife crime unit facility in London. The Foreign Secretary's visit was to help him learn more about the work they do …
  • More workers at Woolies than in the public service? 20 Feb 2018 09:26 ABC Posted February 19, 2018 06:00:13 The claim The size of the public service features regularly in debates about privatisation and government debt, with solutions often focussing on staffing cuts. In an opinion article for the Sydney Morning Herald, shadow …
  • Saudi to privatise 17 university hospitals 20 Feb 2018 05:29 Arabian Business The Health Ministry in Saudi Arabia is continuing its programme of hospital privatisation as 17 university hospitals are set to welcome private sector management in new partnership arrangements. The Tatweer Holding Company, which operates under the …