Englands Jobless to be spied on by Government

December 20, 2012

Englands Jobless to be spied on by Government
Jobless to be remotely monitored by Government
Benefit claimants will have their online job applications remotely monitored by the Government to see whether they are making serious attempts to find work.
From the beginning of next year, the unemployed will have to look for work through the Coalition’s new Universal Jobmatch website or potentially risk losing their benefits.

The website will scan the CVs of benefit claimants and automatically match them up with job openings that suit their skills.

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Sex attacker tracked woman down on Facebook then drugged her before handcuffing and raping her

August 2, 2012

Sex attacker tracked woman down on Facebook then drugged her before handcuffing and raping her
Anna Edwards
A rapist lured a woman to his house using a fake Facebook profile, before drugging, handcuffing and attacking her.

Isle of Wight Crown court heard vile Anton Barnes, 22, met his victim years earlier and fantasised about having a sexual relationship with her.
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England Police state censors and arrest person for tweet

August 1, 2012

UK police arrest man over Twitter insult

Police state censors and arrest person for tweet.

A 17 year old boy was arrested for tweeting negative words about British Olympic diver Tom Daley.

Daley’s father died of brain cancer a year a go. The tweet said “You let your dad down I hope you know that.”

The 17 year old was arrested “on suspicion of malicious communications” in relation to Twitter threats made against Daley.

Killing The Elderly Is Old News For Britains NHS

July 2, 2012

Killing the Elderly Is Old News for Britain’s NHS
Written by R. Cort Kirkwood
Wednesday, 27 June 2012

Killing the Elderly Is Old News for Britain's NHS

Last week’s story here that Britain’s National Health Service euthanizes 130,000 elderly folks a year is no surprise.

Last year, a major report cited the socialist health-care agency for neglecting the elderly under its care. The neglect was so severe that doctors began prescribing drinking water to patients because they would otherwise die of thirst.

Contemplation #1
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In other words, nothing changes in Britain, no matter how bad the abuses are. That is the lesson to be be learned about nationalized health care. Euthanasia, as well, killed the patients more quickly than simple neglect.

Last Year’s Report

As The New American reported in February 2011, the NHS ombudsman published a scathing report that should destroy whatever romance Americans have for investing their tax dollars in a health-care scheme run by half-educated bureaucrats.

“Listen to Patients, Speak Up for a Change” detailed what happened to 17 elderly patients in the care of NHS.

Consider the story of Ann Robson, as told by her daughter. After Mrs. Robson fell out of bed, apparently breaking her hip, she landed in the hospital. But no one at the hospital, daughter Liz Pryor wrote, where the mother had been for 90 minutes before Pryor arrived, knew anything about Mrs. Robson.

They didn’t know her age, where she lived, whether she could walk etc. She was very confused. She had had x-rays and been seen by the registrar on duty. It was a difficult diagnosis as they did not at this stage have any x-rays from her previous surgery to compare the new ones with. She had not been given anything to drink and was very thirsty.

It turned out that Mrs. Robson’s hip was not broken, but she did contract a virus in the hospital. According to Pryor, on one visit she and her sister learned that “Mum’s nighty was wet up to her armpits.”

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