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Primary care to receive £3.5bn a year boost by 2023/24

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Whether you are an Auntie Nay sympathiser ( not many of us presumably) it not , one thing is very clear : She needs us more than we need her as far as her political fate is concerned. The Chancellor was forced to make the claim ,’austerity is over ‘ in his budget announcement. But in reality , we all know austerity carries in ,more or less, all public sectors other than NHS . We are always the ‘chips’ politicians would lay on a Roulette table . Brexit is historic , embarrassing and polarising . One can argue any prime minister of any party would cease to survive. The distraction and infighting it had created , simply are destroying the morale in all sectors. For what ? The strategy of binding this historic fiasco with the money going into NHS is blackmailing and despicable. For those who are representing us , I hope you can use this unique opportunity in history to exploit the precarious position of the PM and her government. Make our enemy beg............

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22 Nov 2018

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2:49pm

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