Power to the people ... or Hearn and Warren

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  1. S.K

    S.K Active Member booted Full Member

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    Decrease? Quote me where I say NHS spending will decrease?

    Your a ****ing idiot. You literally have not a clue what your talking about at all.
     
  2. Sugar 88

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    So why the **** do you care about the cost of it then? Just being a **** for being a ****s sake? Grow up. You're 38 and acting like that thick kid in an A-level sociology class who thinks he's edgy and clever by being a selfish contrarian arguing against whatever's put forward.
     
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    Holy ****. Your thick as **** with a terribly low IQ.

    YOUR THE INE MISSING THE BIGGER PICTURE.

    Taxing the unhealthy will DO NOTHING aside from gain some tax. People I’m 10-20 years will still be diagnosed with diabetes and obesity.

    If they were to be EDUCATED NOW, like I have proposed should happen, then diabetes and obesity would definitely be minimised to some degree.

    THIS IS A LONG TERM STRATEGY YOU IDIOT.
     
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    I'm not against PPV per se, I'm against the insidious way it's being crowbarred in for every common or garden mediocre card.

    Yep, people go to the GP to avoid paying 50p for a pack of paracetamol, and hospitals are full of bedblockers. Go and speak to a nurse and find out.

    Someone who is truly unwell wouldn't begrudge paying a fiver for the type of care that costs tens of thousands in America. For your information, one ambulance call out costs hundreds, and people ring them when they get locked out of their home etc. The NHS is abused by pisstakers, malingerers and attention seekers and it simply can't afford to entertain them anymore FOC.
     
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  5. Sugar 88

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    So no decrease? No change? You're a twat of the highest order. More money in the coffers means more money to spend. Surely even someone as thick as you should be able to grasp that.
     
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    Probably the same reason your annoyed with the cost of PPVs.

    It’s a blatant money grab but the government are pushing it as though they have to do it so help with the increasing levels of diabetes / obesity etc.

    Plus, I just ****ing hate the government and getting taxed for almost everything.
     
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    Firstly I've agreed that education is definitely a good thing. You could use some of it yourself.

    Secondly raising more money to deal with the people being diagnosed by they few or many should only be considered a good thing. The NHS needs more money. This raises some from people more likely to be a burden on it.

    And it's you're. As in you're welcome.
     
  8. S.K

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    **** me pal, come on, atleast try and keep up little boy.

    Your little talking as though all tax revenue goes into a pot and then nhs just grab some out when they like, ****inghell. They get a set amount from the government. The government did not state that the tax raised from the sugar levy would go directly to the NHS WHEN THEY WHERE ASKED so therefore the assumption would be the NHS BUDGET WILL STAY THE SAME, obviously taking into account expected rises for inflation etc.
     
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    My family is fully of nurses and I’m an educator in social care, as I said earlier. Hence why I get passionate about this. Everyday I still see the diabetics / obese buying full sugar drinks, it’s not putting them off at all.
     
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    Trust me mate unless your a doctor I’m more educated than you.

    This is a forum not an English examination.
     
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  11. Sugar 88

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    So you hate the guvmint and everything the guvmint do must automatically be bad. Grow up. I'm genuinely embarrassed to be talking to a supposed adult who forms their opinions in such a juvenile way.

    1. Education.

    2. Revenue increase to support services

    3. Deterrent, I'm sure a halfwit like you would of bemoaned alcoholics and said any increase on alcohol was a pointless cash grab and yet here we are looking at numbers that tell a very different tale-
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    Fair enough, so is mine. Raising the price of cigs to what it is certainly had an effect mind, smoking is nowhere near as common as it once was by anyones definition.
     
  13. Sugar 88

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    Well I have a LLB and LLM from the University of Manchester so unless you have a PHD then probably not. I then practiced for a Human Rights Law firm in London long enough to complete my LPC before embarking upon a career change and working as a writer/ marketing creative so only you know whether or not your level of education surpasses mine.

    Looking at your childish outlook on life I'd say not though.
     
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    The people who ring the ambulance for things like that should be heavily fined.

    There was a change in guidelines last April so the vast majority of people who want paracetamol from their GP will be told to go to the shop and buy it. It is a plan put in place by the NHS to prioritise their limited budget.
     
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    Little boy? Come on now, you've lost the plot here and are seriously embarrassing yourself.

    You can puff your chest up online all you want it doesn't change the fact that the treasury will have more money to spend on what it likes due to this levy, if NHS spending doesn't rise and no reason is given ie. a shortfall elsewhere in revenue then we should be upset but you having a pessimistic outlook isn't a good enough reason to not do something I'm afraid.
     

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