NHS Bill – Complaint to BBC about BBCQT – not one question!

BBC Question Time - David Dimbley behind desk - looking sardonic

I am sure not everyone will agree with what I said about the differences in NHS services and take-up of private health care in London vs other parts of England but it reflects my experience.

If you want to complain about the lack of BBC coverage of the general disquiet and dismay about the NHS Bill or BBC Question Time on 22nd March from Grimsby in particular, there is a BBC online complaint form here:


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The BBC seems completely out of touch with the general mood of public opinion and widespread fear and anxiety about the changes to our way of life as a result of the NHS Bill.  Even the Daily Mail was more in touch than the BBC!

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New bloggers added to Canny SLT Web on salt-mine.net!

Julie Carr has been updating her Julie Giving Voice blog today, about her Giving Voice UK campaigning, and I am eagerly awaiting Chris Plant’s latest reflections on
From PhD to . . .

Many thanks to both of them for also giving me the “OK” to add them to the “Canny SLT Web” blog-roll on www.salt-mine.net

Until now, the content has been devoted solely to the extremely useful CPD updates from Graham Williamson’s website STIR: Speech Therapy Information and Resources

Having added Julie’s and Chris’s blogs I got all brave again and added two of my own blogs to the Canny SLT Web blog-roll: this salt-mine one and Total Communication

(Update: the latter was a Posterous blog.  All content has now been transferred to the blog you are reading here.)

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