AS we enter the very worst of days, “Protect the NHS” has to be more than a well-meaning Government slogan. Protecting the NHS has to start meaning that our frontline NHS heroes all have the personal protective equipment they need every time they go to work and put their lives on the line to save those of strangers. ⚠️ Read our coronavirus live blog for the latest news & updates Protecting the NHS needs to start meaning that doctors, nurses and health carers all have quick and easy access to testing that tells them if they have the virus — or not. Protecting the NHS must start meaning that we never again witness chaotic scenes like the ones in the Ikea car park in Wembley, North West London, this week, where NHS workers queued for hours to be tested and then were turned away because they did not have the correct paperwork. In a time of national emergency I am reluctant to criticise a Government facing an unprecedented national health crisis. But this is pathetic.And it is certainly not “Protecting the NHS”. When the little boats were rescuing our Army on the beaches of Dunkirk, were soldiers stopped from getting… Read full this story
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