London Tube late at night

What Have I Done to Deserve This?

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Where the Streets Have No Name One of the challenges of UK ambulance Trusts trying to meet response times in rural areas is that sometimes the streets have no name. And the cottages and farmhouses don’t have numbers.  In the centuries old lanes and byways of country England, some no[...]

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London October 2013 – In Praise of the NHS


On waiting in an NHS cancer clinic In early October,  I found myself sitting in the MacMillan and the University College London Hospitals Foundation Trust Cancer Center, not far from the toff looking streets around Warren St Tube.   I was in a granite and glass reception lounge, draped with[...]

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