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Don’t you think

It’s Monday morning.  It’s very quiet.  I’m sitting looking at the screen.  Thinking.Thinking is good, isn’t it?  We don’t do enough thinking.  Spending time in uninterrupted thought.The day is getting started.  In the distance I […]

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Criminal

News and Comment from Roy Lilley.Soft rain is falling on the cold earth.  A child has died.  We are in mourning.  A child has died in the place that should be the safest on god’s […]

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Plackard has the last laugh

Plackard has the last laugh

Another big week at NHS Blithering, the country’s most challenged health economy, where head of communications Martin Plackard is worried about the glass ceiling. A rumour about the activities of Sir Trevor Longstay could be […]

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Yes / No

Late night on Twitter is bandit country.  Fuelled by Bacchus a lot gets said.  Best avoided.However, ignoring my own advice; a couple of evenings ago, I watched some very interesting exchanges between Gordon Caldwell, a […]

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Creating it now

News and Comment from Roy Lilley.If I had a pound for every time someone asked what’s going to happen to the NHS… I’d have enough to buy the Penderyn factory and then; ‘Frankly, my dear, […]

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Spectators

City Hall, home of the Mayor of London is a brooding, glass building on the south-side of the River Thames… contrasting with the timeless elegance of the iconic Tower Bridge, next door.City Hall leans back, […]

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