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Perfection in an imperfect world

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Decorum - However, that such an attitude and philosophy has come to pervade the Great British Public is surely a reflection of failure by the medical profession to instil realistic expectations. - No only the free market can do that. It's what is the rational outcome of taking direct financial responsibility for healthcare from people (ie socialist policies). And Jonathan, APOLOGISE? no, unfair accusations, or even malicious complaints, should be justifiable grounds to counter-sue, if it has resulted in a legal case, for libel, compensation, etc. At the very least, successful defences of malicious complaints should have their legal costs covered, but even that's not the case at the moment.

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12 Nov 2018

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4:57pm

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