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NHS chief quits
Press Association
Tuesday March 7, 2006
The national health service chief executive, Sir Nigel Crisp, today expressed his sadness at quitting his job after five years, as
he acknowledged responsibility for the financial disarray facing the NHS
Sir Nigel, 54, who is also permanent secretary at the Department of Health, has decided to take early retirement, it was announced today.
He acknowledged "not everything has gone well" during his tenure as head of the NHS and that he was "particularly saddened" by the recent financial problems facing the NHS.

With the elderly having to sell their homes to pay for urgent medical care it is fitting that the boss leave. No apologies from the government though?

Edited by Realistbear

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"Downing Street said Sir Nigel had been granted a peerage, on the personal recommendation of Tony Blair."


Sir Nigel Crisp, admits fecking up the NHS and is then granted a peerage.

Nope, it is totally impossible to make this up.


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There was a report out yesterday (or a reference to it) - NHS productivity up all of 0.2% a year having had billions thrown at it.

The muppets are in control.

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My Mum was forced to leave the NHS after 30 years service. Bullying basically.

She lost her pension due to leaving!

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How do you lose 200 clerical jobs and still function? Were they necessary in the first place or are they running a National Administration System and to hell with treating people?



Now bosses say more than 200 clerical jobs, which takes into account part-time positions, will be axed as the organisation tries to implement new ways of working.

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The price of failure for the country; billions wasted, millions of old people forced into poverty, patients forced to wait because hospitals have run out of money.

The price of failure for the public servant; a six figure pension and a peerage.

This is the government that got into power by sleaze and economic missmanagement.

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