The only serious black mark against the NHS was its poor record on keeping people alive. On a composite "healthy lives" score, which includes deaths among infants and patients who would have survived had they received timely and effective healthcare, the UK came 10th.
For which(of course) there are excuses. Let's say I'm suspicious of these findings.
From the halls of Congress,
From 1997 to 2017, the Office of Compliance awarded 268 settlements totaling $17.2 million stemming from sexual harassment complaints and other workplace violations, including provisions of the Fair Labor
Standards Act, the Family and Medical Leave Act, and the Americans with
And they don't want to tell us who was involved. Which is as much bullshit as this "Use taxpayer money to pay off the people making complaints."
They're using our money, we damned well should know their names.