Opinion – Care homes ban relatives who complain – BBC News – John Gelmini

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The answer to Dr Alf’ question is ‘yes’ and Mrs May’s Government must do it by first merging Adult Social Care and the NHS within a new structure, modelled on German and Singaporean lines.

Then malingers in GP surgeries need to be given their marching orders and the same needs to happen to pensioners abusing the NHS A & E departments when there is nothing wrong with them.

If this is not done, there will be no NHS and local authorities responsible for Adult Social Care will implode financially, and no amount of financial engineering, delivered by younger versions of Dr Alf will be enough to save them.

John Gelmini

Opinion – Britain’s shadow cabinet suffers a mass resignation | The Economist – John Gelmini

Dr Alf is correct, Jeremy Corbyn has to go because he is a 1970s throwback to the bygone age of Trades Union activism in true “Dave Spart ” mode.

He is unelectable, has ideas which it is easy to disagree with but has one quality which his critics in the Labour Party will never have which is honesty and consistency of view.

With Corbyn what you see is what you get, a badly dressed left-wing firebrand, who has never grown up and has never changed his Socialist views.

He will go down fighting as a martyr to his cause and will try to get his friends in the trades unions to engage in “direct action” to put pressure back on to the Alan Johnsons, Umanas, Eagles, Leslies, Hodges, Benns and Hunts of this world.

The Government needs to have emergency legislation to stop strikes in essential public services before this happens otherwise it will be another “Winter of Discontent” which the City and major investors really will punish us for.

The Labour plotters need to form a new party to replace the old one to which they can attract Farron’s Liberal Democrats and possibly some metrosexual Conservatives who really do not know what the word Conservative means.

This will help concentrate minds in the Conservative Party to force it to select a new leader with the intellectual capacity required to provide new direction for the country, negotiate hard for EU reform if Article 50 is not to be triggered or negotiate good terms if the decision to leave stands.

John Gelmini