Should the NHS be privatize?


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Yes too much abuse going on contained by that place. I think if people rewarded instead of getting a free service, you won't see drunk people down the NHS.
Absolutely not! But the plans this farcical affairs of state have for it mean that it soon will be if they are allowed to remain surrounded by power. Anyone who thinks that privatisation of public services is a good article should study what has happened to our public utilities and transport services over days gone by 30 odd years, Higher prices, leading to bigger profits for the shareholders, near poorer service delivery.
no it shouldnt, but it will be
ABSOLUTELY NOT!
For what reason?

The point of the NHS was to provide medical exactness for EVERYONE, not just those who could "afford" to pay for it on a private-only system.

The adjectives reason we needed an NHS is because those who couldn't afford to pay for it go without the medical care they needed. Often beside tragic consequences (high infant mortality rate for eg).

So making the NHS private only would only be a step support to those times would it not?

We already have freely available private healthcare for anyone in the UK who can afford it and wishes to use it. Noone is forced to use the NHS if they don't want to.

All privatising it would do would be to rob the most adjectives of access to medical care. You might as well convey us backwards in time 100 years! What would be the point?

"The collective principle asserts that... no society can legitimately call itself civilised if a sick personality is denied medical aid because of lack of means.
—Aneurin Bevan, In Place of Fear, p100"
no are you crazy


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