Monday, 6 June 2011

Please be aware...The NHS may try to have this Blog taken down or restricted by legal action over the coming weeks, so please don't rely on it as a point of contact with me. There is NOTHING they can do to stop me speaking out on this issue. (That's not strictly true, they may employ a 'hit man', after all, up until last week I didn't think they would threaten a cancer patient!) Now that National Newspapers are involved, with TV and Radio showing great interest, I think that the message may be finally getting through. I see that the CEO of the trust has resigned this week!!!! The demonstration will go ahead as planned and I will keep you posted through other forums. Thanks for all your support. 

8 comments:

  1. Anonymous08 June, 2011

    HI Daniel
    Chantal suggested I contact you. Would be great to chat - can you drop me a line via http://www.civility.me.uk/contact
    Thanks,
    Patrick

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  3. Anonymous10 June, 2011

    I too have had very same problems as you with the n h s doctors specailists admin and have been delayed treatment like many others I hope my comment helps you spread the word that the N.H.S is failing us and that your blog dose not get shut down.. freedom of speach I say should be open to all.. hope you stay fit n well

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  4. Dear Daniel, Keep fighting with your blog, I also have a blog "The Last Six Months" about the NHS that was featured in The Mail on Sunday 5th June. More and more people should document every detail when they are being treated by the NHS. Keep up the fight and stay strong.
    God Bless
    Joanna

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  5. Anonymous11 June, 2011

    Good luck with your fight with the NHS, I saw the story in the news today and decided to have a little research.

    I hope things stay good for you

    S

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  6. Joanna Slater11 June, 2011

    Dan, I have linked you on my blog
    Good Luck and lets get more people reading it.
    Joanna x

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  7. Congratulations Daniel, particularly on coming to what I believe are the right conclusions. The NHS belongs to us, but we are being subjected to the underhand tricks of Trust Managers who think that the "service" is best run as a "business". The essential difference escapes them.
    A nurse for 22 years, I retired early when I found out that reports I had made re nurses abusing patients had been ignored. One such report was of a nurse who admitted to me that she wanted to end some patients' lives early!
    The Trust took the view that the reports threatened the Trust's reputation and did nothing beyond "filing" them. They paid me a sum, of public money, to keep my mouth shut!
    The legal system prevented me from making any facts known. The public believe comfortably that medical professionals are in charge, but are prevented from detecting that Trusts are run by businessmen.
    Current Govt. Proposals contain nothing to address this and will serve only to make "business" strategies more dominant in NHS decision-making.

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  8. Anonymous11 June, 2011

    well done daniel wish I had done what you had done for my now late husband so many mistakes made, we put our trust and lives in their hands
    and we are abused I hope everybody reading this will put into action and be more demanding, I am not letting this go am having all his medical records scans looked at by a professional we know there some glaring mistakes made

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