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Royal colleges 'shocked' by regulator chief's staffing levels comments


The NHS has been targeted for demolition by Conservative governments for a long, long time and now the results are materialising. Well done to Anon who fought and won and to the wise judge who ensured justice happened. There are organisations like the CQC, to make sure that humane practice (which long term is the most cost-effective way to do things) but they are understaffed and under resourced; there are also policies which ultimately can do nothing else other than deliver deliberate harm, I believe. So much conflict and waste of resources, ludicrous! The comment about "the big organisations seeming to be able to dip into a seemingly endless purse" (until the other side loses or drops?) is so true. I have personal experience of being persecuted through the courts on false allegations, I believe because I was successful at whistle blowing to the CQC about the provider who was at least in part following unlawful guidance from the PCT/CCG. Circumstantial evidence points to the NHS body being the villain of the piece. And the NHS head honcho got promotion and lots more money. I believe that has to come from central government. The Court of Protection judge protected me from the worst of the persecution but failed to protect the patient or to deliver justice to the persecutors who in fairness should have paid all the costs of the case based on false accusations rather than have the costs paid as is traditional, by the patient. Alas the justice system is in a shambles itself and evidence can actually be filtered out by the court officer prior to the hearing. Also it seems quite clear to me that Pathologists and court officers at the Coroners Court and the Police in certain areas are subjected to undue pressure most likely from NHS Management to cover up unacceptable /unlawful behaviour stemming from deliberately bad practise. But the people get the government they deserve and how many of us have bothered ourselves in this "democratic" society to write to our local MP and communicate what we think? One paragraph would do it, more if you feel like letting off steam.

Posted date

15 July, 2016

Posted time

12:46 pm