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UK healthcare on brink of collapse – NHS regulator

09.05.2013 10:35

A UK health and social care watchdog has warned that the country’s healthcare system is on the brink of collapse, and that many patients – particularly the elderly – are going to hospital for emergencies when they should have been seen much earlier.

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Anonymous user 20.07.2013 19:01

Americans,

Welcome to your new Obamacare

Anonymous user 10.05.2013 08:11

many would have private treatment in Europe or Iran no one would go private in UK is not worth it

Anonymous user 10.05.2013 08:05

few can afford private treatment in UK the rest is struggling its a bad idea and it will fails

Anonymous user 10.05.2013 02:38

RT & patrick young did their part to preach against nat. healtcare, in EU/UK/INDIA, conratulations!

Anonymous user 09.05.2013 23:05

Crisis in ER causes: Labour's mass uncontrolled immigration, and eurozone economic refugees.

Anonymous user 09.05.2013 18:45

18:21 YESSS... EXACTLY!!!!!
I SAY ALWAYS THE SAME TO EVERYONE, WHO ARE SO BRAVE NOW, BUT WAIT UNTIL

Anonymous user 09.05.2013 18:21

"Also, old people should be dying. "

...Yea. Try and repeat that on your deathbed.

Anonymous user 09.05.2013 18:13

I'd rather not have everything privatized, where the poor sick are simply not given any form of care

Anonymous user 09.05.2013 18:12

At least our healthcare is still free for everyone.

Anonymous user 09.05.2013 17:56

Also, old people should be dying. The human body has a definite life span. Don't try to beat it.

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