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More studies conclude so-called weekend effect is a ‘major oversimplification’

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The level of arrogance and bullying to preserve personal crusade(s) amongst this bunch of politicians,wasting no time to latch on unconfirmed evidence to gain political capital. Agent Hunt , in fact , is just a carbon copy of this kind of conduct and behaviour. Lord Vader's caught off-guard , 'fantastic' comment on 'fantastically corrupt' countries(even though the Archbishop of Canterbury disagreed to the generalisation to all leader personalities) and his implication of immediate threat of war if Britain is to leave EU(of course , BoJo would waste no time to call it Third World War) , all demonstrate the total disrespect of the scholar's way of seeking and applying knowledge. The consequences can only be disastrous . Nick Triggle's today BBC Health news article is certainly highlighting the recipe of disaster: NHS short of front-line staff after bad planning, say MPs By Nick Triggle Health correspondent From the section Health Nurses walking in a hospitalImage copyrightScience Photo Library ''Bad planning and cost-cutting have left the NHS in England short of vital front-line staff, MPs are warning. The Public Accounts Committee said the shortfall in doctors, nurses and midwives could even get worse if ministers did not get a "better grip". The group also warned there had been "no coherent attempt" to work out the staffing needed for a seven-day NHS.........''

Posted date

11 May 2016

Posted time

7:45am

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