NHS crisis, hospital meltdowns and Jeremy

Fear and Loathing in Great Britain


A letter a day to number 10. No 1,466

Thursday 16 June 2016.

Dear Mr Cameron,

With the proposed reduction of A&E departments across England from 144 (in 2013) to between 47 – 70, I wonder just how much you value your life? As Prime Minister you travel a great deal: in the event of a major accident, which could happen to any of us at any time, just how far and for how long would you want to travel before reaching a hospital capable of treating you? What sort of waiting time for the emergency services to even reach you would be acceptable to you?

An accident is by definition the intrusion of the unexpected, no one goes looking for one, they strike without notice and not even Prime Ministers are immune from tragedy. Suddenly the world of the familiar, so often taken for granted, is blasted into the…

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