Twelve long months since Weston hospital’s A&E had to close at night. What’s happening?

It’s been twelve long months since Weston hospital’s A&E had to close at night. The problem isn’t money; they’ve already got the budget to run 24/7. It’s staff, because they can’t hire enough specially-qualified people to work safely during the small hours. To be fair, the hospital and ambulance service…

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The Telegraph: An End to Boom or Bust

‘Lord, give me chastity, but not yet’ has been the UK’s economic motto for years. We save less, invest less and build less economically-vital, growth-promoting infrastructure than we should. We’ve got a rock-and-roll economy that lives for today, unlike those sober Germans who invest for tomorrow. So who cares? After…

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