Monthly Archives: February 2012

Legislation – more options than 1

Sometimes it seems like the only thing Governments do is legislate, and when they campaign they say they are going to cut unnecessary legislation and yet they increase it every time. Let’s give them some ideas about what kinds of … Continue reading

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Whitewater rafting, orange juice and teeth

While reading a ‘history of modern Britain 1783 to 1964’,  as one does from time to time, the overriding impression is one of chaos. You have a totally mixed bag of politicians, who all have hugely biased ways of seeing … Continue reading

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Water, civilisation and science

From the very beginning of community living, water has been at the heart of where we can live, how comfortably we live, how abundantly we live. Water moves around the planet in abundance, billions of tonnes of it float around … Continue reading

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Love and war

Every now and then we seem to drift into war talk, in the west anyway, and maybe in many places of the world. As troops pull out of Afghanistan the new threat seems to be Iran, and you would not … Continue reading

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How to run the NHS part 3

In my other two blogs on how to run the NHS I noted the need to slice the NHS services into those for the up to 18 months of age services, those for people in their last 18 months and … Continue reading

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Mum is a different species!

I was on an almost empty train the other day and a small group of young people got on. From the chat about University I would guess they were about 17 years old. I was not trying to listen in … Continue reading

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How to run the NHS part 2

Yesterday I looked in a small way at how reasoning would lead to slicing the NHS into different kinds of organisations, one dealing with from pre pregnancy to 18 months old, another for the last 18 months of life and … Continue reading

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