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#11
(01-11-2018, 02:22 PM)RUSH Wrote:
(01-11-2018, 02:11 PM)KOMMA Wrote:



Chuckle

Thinking out loud.. That's ok right?

1dunno1

Of course, I do it a lot.

Chuckle
The Virgin stood with 60 just ones against Obama. Obama's friend Branson, as been defeated in the British courts.

http://www.earlyjewishwritings.com/apoczephaniah.html

Now the departed righteous dwell in a place of perpetual light, it's the only way that we can live a healthy life.  Heartflowers

Code:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9OPKSZyRPFQ
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#12
(01-11-2018, 02:23 PM)KOMMA Wrote:
(01-11-2018, 02:22 PM)RUSH Wrote:
(01-11-2018, 02:11 PM)KOMMA Wrote:



Chuckle

Thinking out loud.. That's ok right?

1dunno1

Of course, I do it a lot.

Chuckle

I get it.. Id rather be a guest in my own home which I dont even own.. Right.

#basementhumor

Chuckle
Finding ground one step at a time..
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#13
(01-11-2018, 02:28 PM)RUSH Wrote:
(01-11-2018, 02:23 PM)KOMMA Wrote:
(01-11-2018, 02:22 PM)RUSH Wrote: Thinking out loud.. That's ok right?

1dunno1

Of course, I do it a lot.

Chuckle

I get it.. Id rather be a guest in my own home which I dont even own.. Right.

#basementhumor

Chuckle

That's America right, just thinking aloud.

Chuckle
The Virgin stood with 60 just ones against Obama. Obama's friend Branson, as been defeated in the British courts.

http://www.earlyjewishwritings.com/apoczephaniah.html

Now the departed righteous dwell in a place of perpetual light, it's the only way that we can live a healthy life.  Heartflowers

Code:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9OPKSZyRPFQ
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The Virgin stood with 60 just ones against Obama. Obama's friend Branson, as been defeated in the British courts.

http://www.earlyjewishwritings.com/apoczephaniah.html

Now the departed righteous dwell in a place of perpetual light, it's the only way that we can live a healthy life.  Heartflowers

Code:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9OPKSZyRPFQ
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#15
NHS crisis: Patients are 'dying prematurely' in corridors, A&E bosses warn Theresa May.

Theresa May's response "Nothing is perfect".

https://uk.yahoo.com/news/nhs-crisis-pat...18273.html

Time for Theresa May to read the Gospel of Philip that speaks of perfection and the bible that speaks of the perfect law.
The Virgin stood with 60 just ones against Obama. Obama's friend Branson, as been defeated in the British courts.

http://www.earlyjewishwritings.com/apoczephaniah.html

Now the departed righteous dwell in a place of perpetual light, it's the only way that we can live a healthy life.  Heartflowers

Code:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9OPKSZyRPFQ
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#16
(01-11-2018, 09:48 PM)KOMMA Wrote: NHS crisis: Patients are 'dying prematurely' in corridors, A&E bosses warn Theresa May.

Theresa May's response "Nothing is perfect".

https://uk.yahoo.com/news/nhs-crisis-pat...18273.html

Time for Theresa May to read the Gospel of Philip that speaks of perfection and the bible that speaks of the perfect law.

She has the audacity to tell us that the British government planned for the cancellation of 55,000 operations this winter. Eyeroll
The Virgin stood with 60 just ones against Obama. Obama's friend Branson, as been defeated in the British courts.

http://www.earlyjewishwritings.com/apoczephaniah.html

Now the departed righteous dwell in a place of perpetual light, it's the only way that we can live a healthy life.  Heartflowers

Code:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9OPKSZyRPFQ
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#17
I was wondering what the latest was the legal challenge.

Judicial Review - Why we need a legal challenge

The NHS in England must continue to provide comprehensive healthcare to everyone who needs it.

But we are concerned that the new Accountable Care Organisation contract, if implemented, would threaten patient safety and force hospitals and doctors to restrict treatment, making decisions based on money not clinical judgement.

Working with international public law firm LEIGH DAY, we believe that this new contract is unlawful under current NHS legislation, because it does not link payment to the number of patients treated and/or the complexity of the medical treatment they need, as required by the 2012 Health and Social Care Act, but is based on a fixed budget for an area’s population.

This budget would be geared to helping to meet the £22bn+ funding shortfall by 2021 that the government is imposing on the NHS in England.

The current lack of a legal framework for Accountable Care Organisations - and in particular the way they would be paid to provide local NHS and social care services - is simply not compatible with democratic control and oversight of the resources and future of our biggest public service.

We have to challenge this.

That's why we are marching to the courts.
Need some Hope?
Look no further!

The response to the first two stages of our CrowdJustice fundraising appeal was overwhelming.

Especially the comments of support that came with the donations.

Worth reading to feel inspired.

Click on COMMENTS when you land.
CrowdJustice Comments
January 2018
Many thanks to the hundreds of people who donated in stages 1 and 2 our our Crowd Justice appeal.

The third and final stage will be live from 12th January.

PHASE THREE

We need another £12K to bring our Judicial Review of NHS England’s Accountable Care Organisation contract to court.
STAGE 3 CrowdJustice
funding appeal
STAGE 3 CrowdJustice

A judge has granted permission for 999 Call for the NHS to bring a Judicial Review of NHS England’s draft Accountable Care Organisation contract. This is wonderful news and a real present of hope at the start of 2018.

We believe this contract for a new form of local NHS and social care organisation is not only unlawful under current NHS legislation, but would threaten patient safety standards and limit the range of available treatments. The case will be held in Leeds High Court on Tuesday 24th April 2018.

The Judge has also agreed to a Capped Costs Order of £25,000 (ie what we’d have to pay NHS England if we were to lose). This is more than the £15,000 we’d hoped for, but the fact that the judge has agreed to this shows that they consider it is in the public interest for our case to be heard.

On 12 January we’re launching the third and final stage of our crowdfunder, in order to cover all the costs of bringing the Judicial Review, and are appealing for £12,000. This amount, when added to existing funds donated by hundreds of generous members of the public in 2017, will cover the £37,000 cost of the Judicial Review.

http://999callfornhs.org.uk/999-judicial...4593838706
The Virgin stood with 60 just ones against Obama. Obama's friend Branson, as been defeated in the British courts.

http://www.earlyjewishwritings.com/apoczephaniah.html

Now the departed righteous dwell in a place of perpetual light, it's the only way that we can live a healthy life.  Heartflowers

Code:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9OPKSZyRPFQ
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#18
(01-12-2018, 10:28 AM)KOMMA Wrote: I was wondering what the latest was the legal challenge.

Judicial Review - Why we need a legal challenge

The NHS in England must continue to provide comprehensive healthcare to everyone who needs it.

But we are concerned that the new Accountable Care Organisation contract, if implemented, would threaten patient safety and force hospitals and doctors to restrict treatment, making decisions based on money not clinical judgement.

Working with international public law firm LEIGH DAY,  we believe that this new contract is unlawful under current NHS legislation, because it does not link payment to the number of patients treated and/or the complexity of the medical treatment they need, as required by the 2012 Health and Social Care Act,  but is based on a fixed budget for an area’s population.  

This budget would be geared to helping to meet the £22bn+ funding shortfall by 2021 that the government is imposing on the NHS in England.

The current lack of a legal framework for Accountable Care Organisations - and in particular the way they would be paid to provide local NHS and social care services - is simply not compatible with democratic control and oversight of the resources and future of our biggest public service.

We have to challenge this.

That's why we are marching to the courts.
Need some Hope?
Look no further!

The response to the first two stages of our CrowdJustice fundraising appeal was overwhelming.

Especially the comments of support  that came with the donations.

Worth reading to feel inspired.

Click on COMMENTS when you land.
CrowdJustice Comments
January 2018
Many thanks to the hundreds of people who donated in stages 1 and 2 our our Crowd Justice appeal.

The third and final stage will be live from 12th January.

PHASE THREE

We need another £12K to bring our Judicial Review of NHS England’s Accountable Care Organisation contract to court.
STAGE 3 CrowdJustice
funding appeal
STAGE 3 CrowdJustice

A judge has granted permission for 999 Call for the NHS to bring a Judicial Review of NHS England’s draft Accountable Care Organisation contract. This is wonderful news and a real present of hope at the start of 2018.

We believe this contract for a new form of local NHS and social care organisation is not only unlawful under current NHS legislation, but would threaten patient safety standards and limit the range of available treatments. The case will be held in Leeds High Court on Tuesday 24th April 2018.

The Judge has also agreed to a Capped Costs Order of £25,000 (ie what we’d have to pay NHS England if we were to lose). This is more than the £15,000 we’d hoped for, but the fact that the judge has agreed to this shows that they consider it is in the public interest for our case to be heard.

On 12 January we’re launching the third and final stage of our crowdfunder, in order to cover all the costs of bringing the Judicial Review, and are appealing for £12,000. This amount, when added to existing funds donated by hundreds of generous members of the public in 2017, will cover the £37,000 cost of the Judicial Review.

http://999callfornhs.org.uk/999-judicial...4593838706



The Virgin stood with 60 just ones against Obama. Obama's friend Branson, as been defeated in the British courts.

http://www.earlyjewishwritings.com/apoczephaniah.html

Now the departed righteous dwell in a place of perpetual light, it's the only way that we can live a healthy life.  Heartflowers

Code:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9OPKSZyRPFQ
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#19
Heart 
Jordan Peterson on self-respect.

He's so passionate, and intense.





The only time I've seen him smile in sheer happiness is when he rarely speaks about his wife.
The Virgin stood with 60 just ones against Obama. Obama's friend Branson, as been defeated in the British courts.

http://www.earlyjewishwritings.com/apoczephaniah.html

Now the departed righteous dwell in a place of perpetual light, it's the only way that we can live a healthy life.  Heartflowers

Code:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9OPKSZyRPFQ
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#20
(01-12-2018, 05:17 PM)KOMMA Wrote: Jordan Peterson on self-respect.

He's so passionate, and intense.





The only time I've seen him smile in sheer happiness is when he rarely speaks about his wife.

Professor Toni Noble 'Build self-respect, not self-esteem' at Young Minds 2013.



The Virgin stood with 60 just ones against Obama. Obama's friend Branson, as been defeated in the British courts.

http://www.earlyjewishwritings.com/apoczephaniah.html

Now the departed righteous dwell in a place of perpetual light, it's the only way that we can live a healthy life.  Heartflowers

Code:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9OPKSZyRPFQ
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