Lewisham Hospital: 'smaller' A&E plan branded a sham

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LEWISHAM Hospital will keep a "smaller" A&E after an announcement by the Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt - branded "a sham" by the area's MPs.

Following the administration of the South London Healthcare Trust (SLHT), that trust will be dissolved before October.

In the House of Commons today, Mr Hunt announced that he was approving the trust special administrator Matthew Kershaw's recommendations in full, with some modifications to the Lewisham plans.

It means £74.9m of savings will be made at the SLHT hospitals in Farnborough, Sidcup and Woolwich, while excess PFI debts will be paid for by the government.

Mr Hunt said he had consulted medical director of the NHS Professor Sir Bruce Keogh over the plans before making a decision on Lewisham.

He claimed Lewisham Hospital would remain open as an A&E treating up to 75 per cent of the patients currently using it. Mr Kershaw had used a similar figure when he recommended downgrading it to an urgent care centre.

But it still means people with serious conditions and higher risk pregnancies will not be taken to Lewisham but to neighbouring hospitals.

The hospital will also be stripped of its obstetrician-led maternity unit, with a midwife-led service dealing with just 10 per cent of the births currently seen at that facility.

Mr Hunt said: "The public campaign surrounding services at Lewisham Hospital has highlighted just how important it is to the local community.

"I respect and recognise the sense of unfairness people feel because their hospital has been caught up in the financial problems of its neighbour.

"However, solving the financial crisis next door is also in the interest of the people of Lewisham because they too depend on the services which are currently part of South London Healthcare Trust."

"Shambles"

Shadow health secretary Andy Burnham branded it "a proposal that never should have been made in the first place but which has cost £5m."

Lewisham Deptford MP Joan Ruddock said the announcement was "an absolute sham and a shambles."

She said: "They're completely unacceptable to all of us that represent people in Lewisham."

London Assembly Member and Lewisham councillor Darren Johnson said in a statement: “We need all of the A&E service at Lewisham Hospital, not just bits of it. Why downgrade the successful Lewisham hospital services, in order to bail out a failed PFI scheme in a neighbouring hospital? 

Mike Davey Lewisham Nurses and UNISON Branch secretary said: "The Secretary of State for Health needs to urgently clarify what is meant by a smaller A&E,  as the London Ambulance Service will be reluctant to bring patients to an A&E that does not offer a full range of A&E services. Is this proposal just an Urgent Care Centre or a fully fledged and supported A&E Department? The Secretary of State has caused more confusion and the whole process is a shambles"

Lewisham East MP Heidi Alexander said: "Today’s announcement by the Secretary of State may look like a life-line for Lewisham’s A&E but I am not so sure that it is. I am far from convinced that it will deliver the sort of emergency and maternity care the people of South East London deserve. Despite £5.2m being spent on the Special Administrator’s report to Government, there is little detail in the Secretary of State’s announcement as to what a “smaller A&E” means in practice. What we do know is that Lewisham’s full A&E and full maternity service will still go. 

"The NHS Medical Director, Sir Bruce Keogh, had to be brought in at the 11th hour to review the clinical evidence, and he is saying that this smaller A&E will treat 75% of patients who currently use Lewisham. Yet at the very start of this process we were told that an Urgent Care Centre would treat 77% of current patients. This is completely confusing for the public and leads to little confidence in the process. There is also a big legal question about whether the Secretary of State has the power to axe vital services at Lewisham based on the administration process that has taken place."

Old Bexley and Sidcup MP James Brokenshire said: "I welcome the Secretary of State's confirmation of proposals which will secure Queen Mary's. It will provide the hospital with a solid backbone of healthcare services and I am already exploring options as to how additional facilities can be added in the future.  We now need to get on with the work to make this happen as quickly as possible. It is right that Lewisham's A&E has been preserved. Legitimate concerns were raised by me and others about the original proposals for emergency care."

Mayor of Lewisham Sir Steve Bullock: “The Secretary of State is riding roughshod over the people of Lewisham. These plans have been roundly rejected by local people, by the staff who work in the hospital and by local GPs. The Secretary of State has pressed ahead regardless by downgrading maternity services and emergency services at Lewisham Hospital. But let me be clear, this is not the end of the matter. I do not believe that the TSA had the statutory power to make recommendations about Lewisham Hospital and the Secretary of State therefore has no power to implement them. I will be talking to our lawyers and we will also of course need to talk to our colleagues at Lewisham Hospital in order to fully understand the implications of Mr Hunt's statement."

Leader of Lewisham Lib Dems Cllr Chris Maines said: “I cannot hide my anger at the way thousands of Lewisham residents have been ignored. I will not accept any final decision that does not have the support of the Lewisham GP Commissioning Group. In addition to continuing our fight for Lewisham Hospital, I will calling on Liberal Democrats in Parliament to get the government to address the huge costly failure of PFI projects which are now crippling the NHS.”

Eltham MP Clive Efford said: “This is a political fix by the government in an attempt to avoid having to admit they have closed another A&E in southeast London after saying they would not close any if local people opposed it. How can it be safe for the minister to call Lewisham’s emergency service an A&E when it will not be able to treat a quarter of the people who would attend a fully-functioning A&E?  That is bound to cause confusion and put people at risk.”

Dr Helen Tattersfield, chair of Lewisham Clinical Commissioning Group, said: "We are disappointed with the Secretary of State for Health’s decision.  As a membership organisation covering local GP practices, we recognise the need to respond effectively to the challenges faced by the NHS and will not shy away from difficult decisions.   We maintain our aspirations to improve patient care and health outcomes for our residents but we remain unconvinced that these changes will improve the quality of services for the vast majority of local people.  

"We are keen to ensure that the additional clinical safeguards announced today will have a genuine impact. It is important to stress that services at Lewisham Hospital continue to operate as normal.  There will be no change to services until alternative arrangements are in place.  It is anticipated these changes will be implemented over the next three years. "

Bromley and Chislehurst MP Bob Neill said: "There is a £200m problem to tackle here, so we need to be realistic about expectations.  It was always going to involve compromise and tough decisions to balance conflicting pressures. The proposals set out today offer a practical way forward and I am particularly optimistic about King’s College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust taking over the running of Princess Royal University Hospital.  For this to work, it is important to get an early resolution on the funding arrangements for the link up. This is an issue I have raised with the Secretary of State for Health and I am glad that he has recognised it as a priority. I shall be following this up."

Dr Chidi Ejimofo, Lewisham A&E consultant, said: "An A&E of the type described is little more than an Urgent Care Unit – patients will still have to be transported to other hospitals because we will no longer have acute provision here."

Dr Louise Irvine, GP Chair of the Save Lewisham Hospital campaign said: "Hunt tells us that he has accepted the recommendations on the basis of ‘100 lives per annum saved’ but this is just a snapshot figure of a national assessment – not locally accurate in the context of the model proposed. As a GP I can state unequivocally that these proposals are going to cost lives."

Lewisham lead paediatrician Dr Tony O’Sullivan said: "Mr Hunt stressed that this will involve careful handling and careful planning. This is politician’s cover for introducing these measures without any consultation with local paediatricians or the College of Paediatrics. He repeatedly said that these measures would improve standards.  The destruction of our exemplar childrens’ service is the not the way to do that and we will be addressing this at the earliest opportunity."

Consultant physician Dr John O’Donogue said: "This is a travesty – a dangerous injustice. Taking a high performing hospital out of the heart and soul of our community is nothing short of vandalism."

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11:01am Thu 31 Jan 13

Polly Staight says...

Fingers crossed that he trashes the Kershaw plan, which serves nobody, not even the failing hospitals who might survive for a bit longer, but will inevitably fail under the huge pressure of the stupid PFI concept.
Fingers crossed that he trashes the Kershaw plan, which serves nobody, not even the failing hospitals who might survive for a bit longer, but will inevitably fail under the huge pressure of the stupid PFI concept. Polly Staight
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1:16pm Thu 31 Jan 13

margotwilson says...

I've just listened to the Secretary of State's announcement. He's still claiming, according to his advice, if it is necessary to go to a neighboring hospital, journey times will only be increased by an average of one minute. On which planet would that be? I still find that totally incredible.
I've just listened to the Secretary of State's announcement. He's still claiming, according to his advice, if it is necessary to go to a neighboring hospital, journey times will only be increased by an average of one minute. On which planet would that be? I still find that totally incredible. margotwilson
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1:51pm Thu 31 Jan 13

Margaret Smith says...

We must not forget the Labour Party role in this mess. They started the PFI contracts that are leading to Health trusts and swchools going bust. If it was not for People Before Profit in Lewisham no one would be aware that most is Labours Fault. I hope i am also not the only former Labour Voter who is angry that the Labour party refuses to state that if they win in 2015 or were in goverment today they would reject the Kershaw plans. Labour seems to be refusing to do this, and none of our 3 Labour MPs have signed the westminster early day motion calling for a ban on PFI. Labour is seeking to hide its role but win votes to save a Hospital they would close and are the reason for the closure. I am therefore voting like every one else i meet for people Before Profit in Both Local elections and Westminster.
We must not forget the Labour Party role in this mess. They started the PFI contracts that are leading to Health trusts and swchools going bust. If it was not for People Before Profit in Lewisham no one would be aware that most is Labours Fault. I hope i am also not the only former Labour Voter who is angry that the Labour party refuses to state that if they win in 2015 or were in goverment today they would reject the Kershaw plans. Labour seems to be refusing to do this, and none of our 3 Labour MPs have signed the westminster early day motion calling for a ban on PFI. Labour is seeking to hide its role but win votes to save a Hospital they would close and are the reason for the closure. I am therefore voting like every one else i meet for people Before Profit in Both Local elections and Westminster. Margaret Smith
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1:53pm Thu 31 Jan 13

Margaret Smith says...

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Google Lewisham People Before Profit and see for yourself why every won will be voting for them next time.
Read the best Community Blog on this; Lewishamcampaignerbl ogspot. Google Lewisham People Before Profit and see for yourself why every won will be voting for them next time. Margaret Smith
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2:15pm Thu 31 Jan 13

Petra69 says...

Amazing that all the bleating in the Commons was coming from Labour MP's. They should look in mirrors. The Labour Party got the health service into this mess and are totally to blame. At least we have a Secretary of State how is prepared to try to get out of the dire mess that SE London health services are in. Never trust labour to run anything. They would struggle with a whelk stall.
Amazing that all the bleating in the Commons was coming from Labour MP's. They should look in mirrors. The Labour Party got the health service into this mess and are totally to blame. At least we have a Secretary of State how is prepared to try to get out of the dire mess that SE London health services are in. Never trust labour to run anything. They would struggle with a whelk stall. Petra69
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2:16pm Thu 31 Jan 13

deadmowgli says...

PROUDEST POLITICAL ACHIEVEMENT:

Working with local campaigners to save the Royal Surrey County Hospital’s A&E department from closure. A 6,000-strong rally, packed public meetings and a candle-lit vigil at Parliament all forced the local Primary Care Trust to keep the area’s vital resource open.

http://www.conservat
ives.com/People/Memb
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nt_Jeremy.aspx
PROUDEST POLITICAL ACHIEVEMENT: Working with local campaigners to save the Royal Surrey County Hospital’s A&E department from closure. A 6,000-strong rally, packed public meetings and a candle-lit vigil at Parliament all forced the local Primary Care Trust to keep the area’s vital resource open. http://www.conservat ives.com/People/Memb ers_of_Parliament/Hu nt_Jeremy.aspx deadmowgli
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5:14pm Thu 31 Jan 13

jar adras says...

Petra69 wrote:
Amazing that all the bleating in the Commons was coming from Labour MP's. They should look in mirrors. The Labour Party got the health service into this mess and are totally to blame. At least we have a Secretary of State how is prepared to try to get out of the dire mess that SE London health services are in. Never trust labour to run anything. They would struggle with a whelk stall.
This is not a time for us to apportion blame. Governments come and go and make lots of mistakes - it is their job to deal with problems during their tenure. The politicians want us to turn against each other. Let us not lose focus on what the issue is i.e. we need easily accessible health services for local people.
If the government has no money to sustain these services, why are we getting involved in Libya, Syria and now Mali - where is all this money coming from ? at end of day it is about priorities !
[quote][p][bold]Petra69[/bold] wrote: Amazing that all the bleating in the Commons was coming from Labour MP's. They should look in mirrors. The Labour Party got the health service into this mess and are totally to blame. At least we have a Secretary of State how is prepared to try to get out of the dire mess that SE London health services are in. Never trust labour to run anything. They would struggle with a whelk stall.[/p][/quote]This is not a time for us to apportion blame. Governments come and go and make lots of mistakes - it is their job to deal with problems during their tenure. The politicians want us to turn against each other. Let us not lose focus on what the issue is i.e. we need easily accessible health services for local people. If the government has no money to sustain these services, why are we getting involved in Libya, Syria and now Mali - where is all this money coming from ? at end of day it is about priorities ! jar adras
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10:58pm Thu 31 Jan 13

nearly right all the time says...

I note with interest Clive Efford MP
has piped up!

He has got some neck!

A total non-entity!

Did not turn down a "Olympic ticket"
Freebie, He forgets him and his party
caused all this, with "live now pay later"
policy!
I note with interest Clive Efford MP has piped up! He has got some neck! A total non-entity! Did not turn down a "Olympic ticket" Freebie, He forgets him and his party caused all this, with "live now pay later" policy! nearly right all the time
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8:35am Fri 1 Feb 13

Slonik says...

Heard Joan Ruddock on the radio last night suggesting Hunt was being hypocritical. When asked about the PFI contracts which are largely behind the NHS funding problems she called them a Tory idea. Clearly, in a fit of temporary amnesia, she forgot to mention that the vast majority of PFI contracts in existence today (including those affecting SLHT) were implemented by her party LABOUR during their 13 years in government! How's that for hyprocritical??!!!

I think the decision affecting Lewisham A&E is a disgrace and must be fought but people need to be aware that the politicians responsible for the PFI debacle are now trying to distance themselves and their party from any responsibility for the mess we find ourselves in. Listening to Joan Ruddock and her ilk nowadays anyone would think it wasn't Labour who were in power between 1997-2010 and it wasn't Gordon Brown who was so 'prudently' running the economy but the Tories and George Osborne.

When it comes to election time, by all means take a view on what the ConDem coalition has done but don't forget what Labour did with 13 years in power and a very healthy parliamentary majority and don't accept sudden amnesia syndrome as a defence for PFI, illegal wars, broken promises, lies, spin, sleaze and a busted economy!
Heard Joan Ruddock on the radio last night suggesting Hunt was being hypocritical. When asked about the PFI contracts which are largely behind the NHS funding problems she called them a Tory idea. Clearly, in a fit of temporary amnesia, she forgot to mention that the vast majority of PFI contracts in existence today (including those affecting SLHT) were implemented by her party LABOUR during their 13 years in government! How's that for hyprocritical??!!! I think the decision affecting Lewisham A&E is a disgrace and must be fought but people need to be aware that the politicians responsible for the PFI debacle are now trying to distance themselves and their party from any responsibility for the mess we find ourselves in. Listening to Joan Ruddock and her ilk nowadays anyone would think it wasn't Labour who were in power between 1997-2010 and it wasn't Gordon Brown who was so 'prudently' running the economy but the Tories and George Osborne. When it comes to election time, by all means take a view on what the ConDem coalition has done but don't forget what Labour did with 13 years in power and a very healthy parliamentary majority and don't accept sudden amnesia syndrome as a defence for PFI, illegal wars, broken promises, lies, spin, sleaze and a busted economy! Slonik
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10:19am Fri 1 Feb 13

jackrussell1960 says...

boris johnson never backed lewisham hospital; dont think londoners' will forget that in a hurry!,
boris johnson never backed lewisham hospital; dont think londoners' will forget that in a hurry!, jackrussell1960
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1:45pm Fri 1 Feb 13

rescaaffering oldey says...

...don't get brian sewer started on this one folks!!... let's hope no one tells him!! rofl!! £0£ :)
...don't get brian sewer started on this one folks!!... let's hope no one tells him!! rofl!! £0£ :) rescaaffering oldey
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7:39pm Sun 3 Feb 13

londonlive says...

Margaret Smith wrote:
We must not forget the Labour Party role in this mess. They started the PFI contracts that are leading to Health trusts and swchools going bust. If it was not for People Before Profit in Lewisham no one would be aware that most is Labours Fault. I hope i am also not the only former Labour Voter who is angry that the Labour party refuses to state that if they win in 2015 or were in goverment today they would reject the Kershaw plans. Labour seems to be refusing to do this, and none of our 3 Labour MPs have signed the westminster early day motion calling for a ban on PFI. Labour is seeking to hide its role but win votes to save a Hospital they would close and are the reason for the closure. I am therefore voting like every one else i meet for people Before Profit in Both Local elections and Westminster.
PFI was a conservative party policy that was, among other things, carried on by Blair.  Blair was and is a despicable and unscrupulous hypocrite and liar.
But time have moved on. What we need to know now is whether Labour will repeal PFI, and whether the privatised health services will be brought back into public ownership and under proper democratic control.

There is a deeper question about whether they are even *allowed* to do any of this - or whether it is just a plan that sits above all of the parties. 
[quote][p][bold]Margaret Smith[/bold] wrote: We must not forget the Labour Party role in this mess. They started the PFI contracts that are leading to Health trusts and swchools going bust. If it was not for People Before Profit in Lewisham no one would be aware that most is Labours Fault. I hope i am also not the only former Labour Voter who is angry that the Labour party refuses to state that if they win in 2015 or were in goverment today they would reject the Kershaw plans. Labour seems to be refusing to do this, and none of our 3 Labour MPs have signed the westminster early day motion calling for a ban on PFI. Labour is seeking to hide its role but win votes to save a Hospital they would close and are the reason for the closure. I am therefore voting like every one else i meet for people Before Profit in Both Local elections and Westminster.[/p][/quote]PFI was a conservative party policy that was, among other things, carried on by Blair.  Blair was and is a despicable and unscrupulous hypocrite and liar. But time have moved on. What we need to know now is whether Labour will repeal PFI, and whether the privatised health services will be brought back into public ownership and under proper democratic control. There is a deeper question about whether they are even *allowed* to do any of this - or whether it is just a plan that sits above all of the parties.  londonlive
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7:42pm Sun 3 Feb 13

londonlive says...

Slonik wrote:
Heard Joan Ruddock on the radio last night suggesting Hunt was being hypocritical. When asked about the PFI contracts which are largely behind the NHS funding problems she called them a Tory idea. Clearly, in a fit of temporary amnesia, she forgot to mention that the vast majority of PFI contracts in existence today (including those affecting SLHT) were implemented by her party LABOUR during their 13 years in government! How's that for hyprocritical??!!!

I think the decision affecting Lewisham A&E is a disgrace and must be fought but people need to be aware that the politicians responsible for the PFI debacle are now trying to distance themselves and their party from any responsibility for the mess we find ourselves in. Listening to Joan Ruddock and her ilk nowadays anyone would think it wasn't Labour who were in power between 1997-2010 and it wasn't Gordon Brown who was so 'prudently' running the economy but the Tories and George Osborne.

When it comes to election time, by all means take a view on what the ConDem coalition has done but don't forget what Labour did with 13 years in power and a very healthy parliamentary majority and don't accept sudden amnesia syndrome as a defence for PFI, illegal wars, broken promises, lies, spin, sleaze and a busted economy!
What we need to know now is whether Labour will repeal PFI, and whether the privatised health services will be brought back into public ownership.

The Labour government did many bad things, but this was mostly due to them carrying on with policies from the previous government. Ironic, at the very least..
[quote][p][bold]Slonik[/bold] wrote: Heard Joan Ruddock on the radio last night suggesting Hunt was being hypocritical. When asked about the PFI contracts which are largely behind the NHS funding problems she called them a Tory idea. Clearly, in a fit of temporary amnesia, she forgot to mention that the vast majority of PFI contracts in existence today (including those affecting SLHT) were implemented by her party LABOUR during their 13 years in government! How's that for hyprocritical??!!! I think the decision affecting Lewisham A&E is a disgrace and must be fought but people need to be aware that the politicians responsible for the PFI debacle are now trying to distance themselves and their party from any responsibility for the mess we find ourselves in. Listening to Joan Ruddock and her ilk nowadays anyone would think it wasn't Labour who were in power between 1997-2010 and it wasn't Gordon Brown who was so 'prudently' running the economy but the Tories and George Osborne. When it comes to election time, by all means take a view on what the ConDem coalition has done but don't forget what Labour did with 13 years in power and a very healthy parliamentary majority and don't accept sudden amnesia syndrome as a defence for PFI, illegal wars, broken promises, lies, spin, sleaze and a busted economy![/p][/quote]What we need to know now is whether Labour will repeal PFI, and whether the privatised health services will be brought back into public ownership. The Labour government did many bad things, but this was mostly due to them carrying on with policies from the previous government. Ironic, at the very least.. londonlive
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7:53pm Sun 3 Feb 13

londonlive says...

Slonik wrote:
Heard Joan Ruddock on the radio last night suggesting Hunt was being hypocritical. When asked about the PFI contracts which are largely behind the NHS funding problems she called them a Tory idea. Clearly, in a fit of temporary amnesia, she forgot to mention that the vast majority of PFI contracts in existence today (including those affecting SLHT) were implemented by her party LABOUR during their 13 years in government! How's that for hyprocritical??!!!

I think the decision affecting Lewisham A&E is a disgrace and must be fought but people need to be aware that the politicians responsible for the PFI debacle are now trying to distance themselves and their party from any responsibility for the mess we find ourselves in. Listening to Joan Ruddock and her ilk nowadays anyone would think it wasn't Labour who were in power between 1997-2010 and it wasn't Gordon Brown who was so 'prudently' running the economy but the Tories and George Osborne.

When it comes to election time, by all means take a view on what the ConDem coalition has done but don't forget what Labour did with 13 years in power and a very healthy parliamentary majority and don't accept sudden amnesia syndrome as a defence for PFI, illegal wars, broken promises, lies, spin, sleaze and a busted economy!
If Ruddock is campaigning for the Labour party to come out firmly against PFI, then she should be encouraged and supported. There is a whiff of hypocrisy about it all, I agree, but most of that can be traced back to Blair.
[quote][p][bold]Slonik[/bold] wrote: Heard Joan Ruddock on the radio last night suggesting Hunt was being hypocritical. When asked about the PFI contracts which are largely behind the NHS funding problems she called them a Tory idea. Clearly, in a fit of temporary amnesia, she forgot to mention that the vast majority of PFI contracts in existence today (including those affecting SLHT) were implemented by her party LABOUR during their 13 years in government! How's that for hyprocritical??!!! I think the decision affecting Lewisham A&E is a disgrace and must be fought but people need to be aware that the politicians responsible for the PFI debacle are now trying to distance themselves and their party from any responsibility for the mess we find ourselves in. Listening to Joan Ruddock and her ilk nowadays anyone would think it wasn't Labour who were in power between 1997-2010 and it wasn't Gordon Brown who was so 'prudently' running the economy but the Tories and George Osborne. When it comes to election time, by all means take a view on what the ConDem coalition has done but don't forget what Labour did with 13 years in power and a very healthy parliamentary majority and don't accept sudden amnesia syndrome as a defence for PFI, illegal wars, broken promises, lies, spin, sleaze and a busted economy![/p][/quote]If Ruddock is campaigning for the Labour party to come out firmly against PFI, then she should be encouraged and supported. There is a whiff of hypocrisy about it all, I agree, but most of that can be traced back to Blair. londonlive
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12:10am Mon 4 Feb 13

goldenbroomboy says...

jackrussell1960 wrote:
boris johnson never backed lewisham hospital; dont think londoners' will forget that in a hurry!,
I am not a "Londoner".

Do you think that residents of Harlesden, or Acton, or East Ham, care about Lewisham?

Alroight ar yer garn me ol cocker?
[quote][p][bold]jackrussell1960[/bold] wrote: boris johnson never backed lewisham hospital; dont think londoners' will forget that in a hurry!,[/p][/quote]I am not a "Londoner". Do you think that residents of Harlesden, or Acton, or East Ham, care about Lewisham? Alroight ar yer garn me ol cocker? goldenbroomboy
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3:38pm Mon 4 Feb 13

old nick says...

normal tactics,make it smaller then close it.
normal tactics,make it smaller then close it. old nick
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