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Nursing Times columnist Mark Radcliffe

We must tackle poverty in order to address ill health

If you were alive in 1880 and fancied a night in with a pizza and a good film, you would first have to invent film and then import the idea for pizza. Indeed, given the film would probably have been disappointing and the pizza soggy, it probably wouldn’t have been worth it. You might have been better off heading back to the factory and putting in an extra 12 hour shift, earning yourself a handy shilling with which you could buy yourself an ale or, if you were the ambitious type, save ...

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