Friday, September 16, 2016

What we have to look forward to with Obamacare

The body that represents hospitals across England has issued a startling warning that the NHS is close to breaking point because of its escalating cash crisis. 

Years of underfunding have left the service facing such “impossible” demands that without urgent extra investment in November’s autumn statement it will have to cut staff, bring in charges or introduce “draconian rationing” of treatment – all options that will provoke public disquiet, it says.
'Public disquiet' meaning 'people calling for our heads'.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

They will call for draconian rationing; because that will effect THEM least.