Sunday, November 19, 2006
More cash = better results?
Do you ever wonder why after so many years of increased investment and year upon year growing focus from Blair's government that the NHS is still not perceived as being as good as it could be?
It looks as though our views are more widely held than previously thought, and now David Cameron, the Conservatives Leader, and regular NHS user, is looking into the matter too. It won't be easy for him (or us) to come up with a solution to the problem when he forms the next government. However, on viewing his latest video, you do get the impression that he intends to listen to more people near the bottom of the pile, and listen less to those near the top!
It seems that all parties are either ignoring or scared to face the problem if illegal immigration
in the United Kingdom. While most of undocumented immigrants are hiding and living in misery, J Reid and
L. Burn are pretending to be in control of the situation. This inertia is will only benefit scrupulous employers
So far we have been listening only to right wing parties and think tanks. That's the reason why I decided to
launch the survey at http://www.skillipedia.com to hear opinions from normal people. Once we get enough coverage
from the press we will be able to relay the result of the survey to the Home Office
You opinion is much appreciated
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Your link does not provide much in the way of enlightenment either!
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