Tag Archives: NHS Scotland

The cornered beast

I’m sure we would all wish to associate ourselves with the comments made by Nicola Sturgeon and Shona Robison thanking NHS Scotland staff for the extra effort they put in at times when our health services come under particular pressure … Continue reading

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Scepticism prescribed

Two months ago First Minister Nicola Sturgeon pledged that extra money would be invested in “GP practice and health centres”. This made some doctors uneasy, given that it suggested that not all of the £500 million promised by 2021 would … Continue reading

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Missing or avoiding?

Did Dugdale miss the campaign because she was away stalking Hillary Clinton? Or was the campaign arranged for a date when she wouldn’t be around? And does it matter? It may be that this was Anas Sarwar seeking to undermine … Continue reading

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The daily grind

While the rest of the British establishment is occupied forcing Scotland out of the EU against our wishes and foisting the obscenity of Trident on us despite our protests, it’s good to know that Kezia Dugdale is still slogging away … Continue reading

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They’re out to destroy our NHS

The British nationalist propaganda machine’s denigration of NHS Scotland is relentless. There is no issue relating to the day-to-day running of our health service which is so trivial or mundane that it cannot be represented by the British parties and … Continue reading

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Dugdale dumps on doctors

Once again British Labour in Scotland takes the pish out of the people of Scotland with ill-thought, half-baked pronouncements that have more to do with grabbing headlines than offering cogent policies. Pretendy wee party loyalists and British nationalist fanatics will … Continue reading

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A healthy attitude

When reading articles in the unionist media, it is invariably a good idea to skip to the final paragraphs first. That is where the important information tends to be buried. Information which frequently refutes, or at least casts doubt, on … Continue reading

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