RE: hydroxychloroquine reduces hospitalisation by 80%19 Apr 2020 22:17
I may have missed the response to the mail article yesterday - that ventilators kill C 19 patients because ventilators are primarily used fo pneumonia patients . The yellow mucus in C 19 inhibits O2 flow -and outcomes record more deaths from usage of Vs than normal Pneumonia cases. No cause for concern PHE DOH - who only work in the past. Mail article identified concerns about ventilators and sedatives and deaths cf masks with concentrated O2. Dark side of the moon fot PHE DOH and all the associated Mercedes making the gear - DOH needs to look at concerns - guess all old sihts - wake up call!
RE: Healthcare workers desperately need proper and effective protection now19 Apr 2020 20:55
DT Key workers? Really A misnomer. Key - defined? Key to progress? Key to understanding? All those who WORK are key to the future. sadly those that do not work and will not volunteer to assist with fruit and veg pick - can not be seen as key to our future - or indeed theirs!
RE: Healthcare workers desperately need proper and effective protection now19 Apr 2020 20:16
T In retrospect - it is easy to say sorry In retrospect - ppl will always lie if they are found out. trusts had an obligation to net to zero - and failures were reported - but with increased exec pay and bad use of agencies and huge pay for Fin staff - and the bad supply arrangements -Han**** has written that back to us - generous EH. Trying times for taxpayers. UC claims over expectations. Tried fruit picking? Instead/
RE: Healthcare workers desperately need proper and effective protection now19 Apr 2020 19:32
T Surely the failings lie with PHE DOH and all the other Quangos. Forget the beomoth WHO Govt only manages - the Heath bodies are totally responsible. When I was an auditor it was clear that generic rather than branded drugs were available at a lesser cost - NHS that is what we did last year - buy the branded. Clipper after the event but no excuse - roles and ability should be critically examined. Not sure Hunt isn't grinding an axe - pulling in Costello et al. IMO much is media hype - rather unsettling.
Snige When I was young I had no car - I had no dog. I do have a car and will never have a dog because a dog needs the outdoors not the indoors and not just for half an hour. Not miserable Snige - quite happy in fact - I just look at the comments on the BB and Starmer !
RE: Healthcare workers desperately need proper and effective protection now19 Apr 2020 19:15
The question is always WHY? It is not the role of Govt to provide supplies. ANY failure lies with the Trusts - who have palpably failed to do what they should do. PHE seems more intent on reducing sugar content than managing risk. Shambolic - but who gets the blame BJ. There was such an outcry about single use plastics that any sane NHS body would have tried to source fabric gowns that can be re used after sterilisation. Importing 44 Ts of gowns beggars belief. According to the lefty BMA that lot only lasts a short while. And what happens to these many 44 tonnes of single use plastic. NHS is not just guilty but reckons it is never its fault.
Snige I am with you about the sq mts as was and as is. The council renters had lovely space around the house and long front gardens and back also - such that they could have grown their own fruit and veg. What did the many do ? Park scrap vehicles on the land or do nothing at all and let tehweeds grow . nothing has changed - still no respecters of the privilege they have been given - and mounds of faeces in the back yard from the dogs and cats. HA & Council tenants should not be allowed to trash the property entrusted to them. Who pays - Council Tax payers. Perhaps only flats if tenants cant look after gardens - but they still have 3 dogs and a cat - and the shat is where?
Echo And the sweetener of special divs from the pipelines should encourage ppl to look forward. What appears clear is that they will not get the 75% to delist. I could understand the approach if the BOD was failing - but it appears opportunistic and placing 2 inexperienced guys onto the board would be madness. Coy has had enough problems with CEOs - Cant remember his name - but he did notdeliver - then Harrison up from CFO - wrong move - phps that was the reason blackrock dumped - Harrison avenue into pipeline assets - but at the cost of Coy working capital.
So the vultures have few million more. Their ambition is just for them. I have not seen any press ads? Anyone? If disclosure of shareholders is declined by BOD - surely this is a wasted journey? Cant get 75% and cant afford + 30% buy out?
Snige "The more testing the closer you come to the truth and with hard facts this would be the last thing a govt would want whever this goes to a public enquiry" Do not know what the above means? The more testing - more testing phps - ?? may enable a capable person with extensive knowledge to better understand - what ever is the truth Snige ?? Hard facts - what are these Snige - where do you get them from?? Whenever this goes to a public enquiry. All I can say is that the use of English has deteriorated - on a par with the NHS - so that it is difficult to understand what posters are trying to say - and at a loss as to why an institution such as the NHS has demonstrated abject failings in all areas- contingencies for all events. Worst of all the BMA has become a leftist union. There wasa saying - all good things come to an end - but how do we get rid of the rot in NHS ? Money is not the answer
RE: HMG to underwrite loans 100%?15 Apr 2020 15:21
A1 Ed Milliband - the bacon butty man in his second kitchen - suggesting that loans under £25k should be 100% guarantee Back to front line with suggestions banks take all the risks. This is becoming a total media driven mess. The NHS has not been able to cope since Blair/Br era PFI fkuced all that and then trusts with Exec Boards and FDs for each faculty drained the pool. Remember NHS has been unable to cope - and the top lot have not been held to account!
No sale Harry I know you thought Bayford might be an interested party to buy after they acquired a chunk of shares after Blackrock dumped - not IMO - but now Mills - the scavenger - has tempted Turner with a potential board seat. The rebuttal statement is a fairly strong statement and other statements may be needed to fend off Mills. The strong trading statement for Q3 demonstrates that there will be a positive future once politicians recognise that the NHS cannot control the business world. NHS has manged itself abysmally and the Quango add ons PHE CQC and the rest have drawn down on the allocation of cash with huge salaries for looking at sugar addiction etc.
RE: Sunai days are here again, will lift the gloom +free trade_+ free ports..14 Apr 2020 23:18
OX break lockdown or RIP. There will be no jobs for so many and that will breed ill feeling. Education over the last 20 years has bred the synthetic - no use to anyone - yet Head teachers earn megabucks. you reap what you sow - and dud get nout out
Where is WHO PHE DOH BMA - forget them bolshy lefts -consensus opinion - structured theory> No just media complaints about anything going. When the media is seen as without purpose then we have to consider restrictions - and don't think the newApp will be welcomed by I phone users - absolute invasion of privacy. In the siht.