A really good article about NHS privatisation
What I like about blogging is that I can be as subjective as I like, and this blog is going to be very subjective, so if you’re a big fan of privatisation you had best not read on. There are many political reasons both for and against privatisation but, I’m not going to be talking about them (especially the reasons for). What I want this blog to convey is how great the NHS is and why it should remain in the public sector.
I’m going to start with a history lesson of the NHS. Many people know that the NHS was formed in 1948 just after the Second World War, with its aim being to provide health care for everyone who needed it regardless of their wealth. Aneurin Bevan, the then health secretary of Labour government, is known as the chief architect of the NHS, what is less known is…
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