Socialist Medicine in Action

"I'm trying to think of professions where killing people wins you promotion, a higher salary and a bigger pension. Apart from the military, the only one I can think of is the National Health Service. Lest you think this is a sick joke, consider the case of Cynthia Bower," writes James Delingpole in The Telegraph
"This lovely, talented lady first proved her mettle as chief executive of the strategic health authority NHS West Midlands, whose responsibilities included Mid-Staffordshire hospital. When evidence emerged that vast numbers of patients – possibly as many as 1,200 – were dying there from neglect and shoddy care, Ms Bower's health authority dismissed it as a statistical blip. Later, though, Ms Bower was big enough to admit that the situation at Stafford "wasn't on my radar." Read it all.