Sunday 3 September 2023

Fewer hospital beds in England.

 Fewer hospital beds - helps create crisis.

DR MAX PEMBERTON: Research released last week revealed that the total number of hospital beds in England has fallen since 2015 - and there are now, on average, just 2.3 beds per 1,000 people.


At 4 September 2023 at 02:24 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Brexit proven correct after all

With new revised figures from the UK ONS (Office of National Statistics) it turns out that the UK post-Brexit, is actually doing better economically than the EU members of the G7, Germany, France and Italy

The 'post-covid' rebound of the UK was in fact stronger than in the EU, behind only the US and Canada

This might sound a little surprising given that for ordinary people in the UK, things feel rough ... UK society having quite strong inequities and some safety net deficiencies

But in fact things are declining rapidly on the Continent, it's not the old days

Germany wrecking itself with the war sanctions and the end of cheap energy supplies, its historic industries closing

And in France, here is a shocking interview with the CEO of Carrefour, the giant low-price French chain of grocers / department stores for home

"Carrefour CEO Alexandre Bompard warns of 'non-spending tsunami' ... French in 'situation of deprivation'"

We are not far from the big crisis with the euro and the EU banks, which, thanks to Brexit, Britain will escape

"No currency has lost more ground in global trade than the euro. In just over two years the euro has fallen from 39.5% of global payments outside the euro-zone to just 13.6%."


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