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Nursing Times columnist Mark Radcliffe

Hollow political promises will not benefit the NHS

My local toy and sports shop apparently ran out of sledges on the first day of our recent flurry of snow. Yes, they had anticipated the possibility of a winter sales bonanza but sadly the bulk of their sledges were faulty. Or to put it another way - they were skateboards in the wrong boxes. And so children did what they always do and improvised by sliding down hills on dustbin lids, trays or their parents.

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