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A visual argument for vaccines, in five tweets: 1/ A ward of polio victims, incarcerated inside "iron lungs" in 1950s America. Many are children, their lungs paralysed, unable to breathe unaided. Thanks to vaccination, no-one has caught polio in the UK since the 1980s.
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Brexit has lead to 4285 fewer European doctors choosing to joining the NHS - at a time when we're short of over 10,000 NHS doctors. And a staggering 58,000 fewer European nurses have joined. What a spectacular act of national self-harm 😔 theguardian.com/society/2022…
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Private healthcare lobbyist Ben Morgan worked for Evoke Incisive Health for 9 years, including advising Virgin on how to successfully sue the NHS for £1.57 million. Now @10DowningStreet has hired him as an adviser. Privatisation is so clearly the agenda. theguardian.com/society/2022…
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Evacuation of an elderly woman. I've seen many of these videos but I watched this one several times. Please watch till the end. 📹: puryshev_mykhailo/TikTok
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I really couldn't care less how cheerfully or humbly Matt Hancock eats a camel's penis. Nurses in my hospital died of the Covid they caught there, thanks to inadequate PPE. He authorised sending residents back to care homes when we knew they had Covid. He's never apologised.
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For 12 years the govt has deliberately run the NHS into the ground, underfunding & understaffing us. The "cure" is to reverse the deliberate degrading of a once great institution, not to use rhetoric softening us up for NHS privatisation. As I'll argue in this debate tmrw #NHS
🏥 NHS crisis: Is it beyond cure? That’s the topic on #TheGreatDebate this Monday 28 November at 9pm 📺 If you want to be part of the viewer's panel, please let us know what you think by emailing: TheGreatDebate@sky.uk 📨
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"We've not got the doctors, we've not got the beds. I can't just pull a bed out of the air." 5-yr-old Yusuf Nazir's family begged for help - only to be turned away by a hospital in crisis. 3 days later he was dead. This govt is destroying the NHS 😔 bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-so…
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If you think the people who voted to keep Matt Hancock in the jungle are easily manipulated, just wait until you hear about Brexit.
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Just the health secretary openly asserting that a newly qualified nurse earns over £31k. But that’s a lie. The Band 5 starting salary is £27,055. Ironically, a 15% pay rise *would* take that salary to over £31k. More pertinently though, where is your probity @SteveBarclay?
We have accepted the recommendations of the independent NHS Pay Review Body to give nurses a fair pay rise of at least £1,400 this year. This means a newly qualified nurse will typically earn over £31,000 a year
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Here’s a reminder of just how far NHS pay has fallen since 2010 compared to the private sector (source @NuffieldTrust):
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Hello Twitter. Could anyone on here possibly help me with a graphic design opinion? It's about the logo for a new charity I'm setting up to raise funds for palliative & end of life care in Ukraine. Thank you so much. 🇺🇦
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Yesterday I very happily donated a kidney to a stranger. This triggered an altruistic donor chain in which 3 people received kidneys and so no longer need dialysis. My decision was heavily influenced by #effectivealtruism and is one of the most meaningful events of my life.
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Imagine being the health secretary who could avert a nurses’ strike - but refuses to sit down and talk to them.
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As the smearing of NHS nurses steps up, please don’t forget this crucial graph. Private sector pay since 2010 shown in black. Nurse pay in red. A deliberate, calculated degrading of NHS pay for 12 years. And they dare to attack nurses for striking? (1/2)
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No nurse *wants* to strike. Nurses are among the most kind, devoted people imaginable. But they deserve better than those swingeing real terms pay cuts. And if the govt cared a jot about patient safety, why on earth is Steve Barclay refusing to sit down & talk? (2/2)
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Thanks @NuffieldTrust for the graphic.
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This was me 4 years ago this week recovering (slowly) from bowel cancer surgery. 6 months of chemo followed. Still in remission - I tested positive when great medics could still help me. Posting painful memories to encourage testing. Get advice from ⁦@bowelcanceruk
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EXCLUSIVE: Revealed: Conservative peer Michelle Mone secretly received £29m from ‘VIP lane’ PPE company, documents seen by the Guardian indicate. theguardian.com/uk-news/2022…
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