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Most recent annotations on things by Ivan Lewis

  • Jean James: Who oversees the SFO and Home Office? They should both be part of the investigation of cover ups in this, and many other areas of alleged serious corruption - NOT limited to media involvement.... (21 July 2011)
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  • Paul Gowers: Slowly and surely our rural lives are being affected by all these changes... disappearing. Post offices and the demise of village shops... not to mention the appalling transport systems & the... (12 June 2008)
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  • Jane Birkby: Ivan Lewis says "Patients need to receive their NHS-prescribed medicines promptly and efficiently, which is where dispensing doctors can play a vital role by allowing patients to collect their... (27 May 2008)
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  • Zekiye Driver: Mr Lewis. To quote Rosemary: "Are we perhaps looking to a future wherein only those with 'critical needs' will be allowed a service." With respect to Rosemary; That's actually the PRESENT state... (9 May 2008)
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  • Rob Kay: As the parent of a disabled child, I welcome Ivan Lewis's obvious concern and interest in improving services. Putting parents in charge of the respite care package can only do good. As the... (7 May 2008)
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  • Rosemary : My concern is, as much as Personal Budgets and Direct payments will be pushed forward,the current state regarding eligibility criteria means so many will be slipping through the net.Local... (7 May 2008)
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  • Tony Dennis: The biggest problem carers have is the fact that they are still left to live in poverty, the overlapping rules need to abolished before we can see any real change, that is for all carers weather... (7 May 2008)
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  • Tony Rhodes: I have seen the abuse that elderly people have to put up with both in well known NHS hospitals and in a respite home situation, the loophole in the Human rights act is something that the... (2 April 2008)
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  • Alix Cull: I compliment the hon.Gentlemen on their debate about dementia in the elderly, and eldercare. I would however remind them that there are young people, now diagnosed a suffering from... (2 April 2008)
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  • Dee Speers: ...and if Public and patinet involvement forums are not invited to participate in that 'vison' and represent local views then what reassurance can you give us that local needs will be met and... (19 March 2008)
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  • Ian Sandeman: Send Carers "back to work", what kinda deal is that for people that work 50+ hours a week anyway? Install a "spy in the living room", what kinda deal is that? Can the electronic 1984 style... (6 February 2008)
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  • Abigail Gilby: Yes, but that LCA was flawed. Firstly the representative samples used were inordinately bias towards disposable users, with over 2,000 parents using disposable nappies surveyed, but as few as... (23 May 2007)
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  • Liz Rankine: It's not just care homes - When my father whom I have cared for for 12 years-plus, needed a chiropodist we were told to get a form from our local surgery who were helped us fill in the form. We... (15 March 2007)
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  • Liz Rankine: It's not just emergency respite that Carer's need. A regular, guarenteed break can make all the difference to the Carer's continued good health and well-being -avoiding the state having to look... (15 March 2007)
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  • CHERYL DOBBINSON: Whilst Carers appreciate the effort that any individual or organisation make on our behalf, many Carers feel that the Government would be better informed of what Carers Want and Need if they had... (15 March 2007)
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  • Norman Gardner: Hi Clive, looks like you have hit the jackpot. Sounds a good idea. There has got to be a catch somewhere. Only problem I can think of is. Is the interest on £ 1,000,000, invested in a Post... (14 March 2007)
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  • Martin : I agree! The Trust has no clue about how to run the hospital. They should be sacked and the management taken over by the League of Friends and a team of volunteers. After all, The LOF have... (14 March 2007)
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  • john franklyn: This is not right. It cannot and will not be sorted at local level, the only thing that can be is the League of Friends now being charged rent. (14 March 2007)
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  • ken maddison: The only thing this Government has ever done is make life more difficult for carers. All the money being wasted in the NHS -chasing targets and swelling the ranks of managers while medical staff... (14 March 2007)
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  • Elliott Elliott: Well its clear what you think! Good for you and thank goodness this site isn't moderated by the PC brigade. (24 February 2007)
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  • Stephen Gash: National Institute for Clinical Excellence? NICE stands for Not In Cheated England (7 February 2007)
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  • Della Petch: What good is a waiting list for those already dead in England, when they've been deliberately killed by a government that won't allow them the same life saving drugs they give the Scots for free?... (7 February 2007)
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  • Stephen Gash: What has Ivan Lewis done for his constituents? All his votes have been to disadvantage them, judging by his record. What use is an MP like this to England? We expect Scottish MPs to... (7 February 2007)
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  • Patrick Harris: What utter rubbish, Labour have been in Government for 10 years, blaming the Tories is wearing thin. NICE is a Quango of unelected, unaccountable and unwanted New Labour puppets, the real reason... (7 February 2007)
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