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Hospital Closes As From Tonight!

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First it was Haslar, then Lymington - fortunately they have been saved- but not this one! - 200 jobs to go

Just annonuced on South Today BBC news. King Edward VII Hospital in Midhurst.

Last word that was said by the presenter was the building was going to be turned in to Luxury Apartments (investment BTL fodder types most likely)- guess the owner should be ashamed - taking the money and running <_<

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/england/souther...ies/4789972.stm

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It does seem that the whole of the UK can be turned into either supermarkets or and luxury apartments - and we'll be ok in the end

Close schools, hospitals, residential care and nursing homes , churches and I ll add traditional pubs to the list as they are closing too - dont need them :huh:

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less disposable income, fewer jobs, cripled retail (yippee), much debt and no hope.

on the bright side there will be a crash and we all know it, but alas on the more gloomy side of life will be some really depressing news, as there has been recently. And lovely spin of course to buffer it.

Condoleezza's started the ball rolling well and truely. This is fighting talk maam, do you want a war?

So every step of the way, fill your boots U.S.A.

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