Pub landlord. Half-vaccinated. Not the covid police.
I became an ICU nurse at the end of July in 2020, during one of the first peaks of covid when it was all still so new. I learned how to be a nurse behind a respirator and a yellow gown, amidst the constant beeping and hissing of ventilators that couldn’t support failing lungs.
@govindajeggy hope you like it love the programme keep it up putting smiles on a lot of people’s faces3
Wow guys, you’ve got us trending at number 2! Please keep going and tweeting on the hashtag #thankyouNHS. It honestly means the world to NHS staff to have Twitter flooded with positive messages after the last couple of weeks, it really does 🙏🏻
The CPS did not cut 21,000 police officers.
The CPS did not choose to have its budget cut by £500m.
The CPS did not choose to lose a quarter of its staff.
The CPS did not choose to starve the courts and cause a record backlog.
The politicians that Andrew supports did that. https://twitter.com/toryboypierce/status/1422122031529832449
Prosecutions for violent crimes fallen to lowest in 10 years but number of crimes up. another failure of @CPSUK
Please read this incredibly upsetting story by a patient who tried to access mental healthcare from 111 and the Ambulance service and was treated brutally and inappropriately by the local MH team.
The learning points to take away are to reflect on how to avoid this where you work https://twitter.com/we_are_nina/status/1421585097862615045
In the early hours of today, I asked for help and this is my experience:
NHS 111 Dr said I needed a Dr at home or an ambulance – he decided upon a doctor visit.
But 2nd Dr phoned, ordering an ambulance that arrives quickly.
Paramedic phones the 1st Dr and discusses how I am.