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Most recent annotations on things by Rosie Winterton

  • Jim Dodds: All this and not a single word for pensioners now living in Commonwealth countries who had our pensions frozen at the rate paid on the day we left the UK. These pensions are not state charity and... (29 October 2008)
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  • g gregory: Such solid support from Rosie Winterton, how the Chorley Borough Council must be quakeing in their boots.Bully for HER constituents who are getting the rail concession as well, sounds very much... (9 July 2008)
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  • David Price: Head in the sand. Delays at the time when people travel too and from work are very, very much longer. I am old enough to remember the promises made in the 60's that the tolls would be removed... (5 June 2008)
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  • Martin Dann: Walking is more dangerous than cycling, will Parliament also be considering compulsory walking helmets? The main thing that cycle helmets do is increase the apparent danger of cycling, and thus... (4 June 2008)
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  • andrew wills: The toll was for constuction costs,which were paid in 2002.Government then slaps a conjestion charge on,because legal authority to charge a toll ran out in 2003.hmmm the only conjestion is... (4 June 2008)
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  • Robert Moore: Rosie Winterton must live in that fairy land utopia called Westminster. The average delay over the bridge for people like myself who travel over it regularly is at least 25mins. It needs for... (4 June 2008)
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  • Jerry Co: It isnt just disadvantaged people who need access. A public transport systrem used by all is required. Giving cheap fares after 9.00am for example gets the unemployed and the elderly onto a bus... (19 July 2007)
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  • Richard Carruthers: Dear Health minister, During the 1950s and early 1960s the United States Public Health Service gave millions of its own taxpayers' dollars to promote the addition of toxic industrial waste,... (30 June 2007)
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  • Tooth Smith: Prehaps I might be in a better state if I learnt how to type and spell minister correctly! (24 May 2007)
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  • Tooth Smith: Prehaps NHS dentistry might be in a better state if the misister had been disposed of after a single use? (24 May 2007)
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  • Alix Cull: Whhy is the hon,Lady confused? (11 May 2007)
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  • Alix Cull: The Hon.Lady does not give thought to the families of these unfortunate people who do much of the caring, and sacrifice their own lives for little or no payment. They often get no respite and... (11 May 2007)
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  • Alix Cull: All patients require some degree of support which you apparently call paternalism. Please remember that each paatient is an individual and each patient requires a different approach, but it is... (9 May 2007)
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  • Alix Cull: I would not put a suicidal person in the category of personaily disorder. It is a sign of mental breakdown which requires specialist medical assistance froma psychiatrist. There are not enough of... (9 May 2007)
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  • Alix Cull: A CTO puts even more strain on a caring family, and without knowledge the family cannot cope. There must therefoer be some way of circumventing the confidentiality syndrome. With one mentally ill... (9 May 2007)
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  • Alix Cull: Has the \hon.Lady heard of advanced statements? This should be an option for all people with severe mental health problems, and made when their condition is stabilised. It may be written into... (9 May 2007)
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  • Alix Cull: CBT is needed, but for those with severe mental illness, must be in co-ordination with medication. Getting the medication right for each individual patient is not easy. they require constant... (9 May 2007)
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  • Alix Cull: How many young people are attempting to care for their mentaly ill relatives at home, with little or no support from the authorities? (9 May 2007)
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  • molijana : Drugging people for their so called own good is not treatment. The word treatment as you define it seems to only apply to medication. There are many other alternatives to medication but the NHS... (4 May 2007)
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  • Mark Bestford: After reading the responses to the previous speaker I can only say this. Rosie Winterton hasn't got a clue what she's doing and is an absolute disgrace. To have such an inhuman and uncaring... (26 April 2007)
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  • Gavin Ayling: Brrr, cold. (26 April 2007)
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  • molijana : Do you think for one moment that a CTO would have saved poor Fiona, she was totally ignored when she knew exactly what she needed, more time on the ward, yet she was ignored and died before she... (26 April 2007)
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  • molijana : Rather a clinical or legal straitjacket than a real one, think yourself lucky that you may never know what a real one feels like (26 April 2007)
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  • molijana : It would seem that the minister is only concerned with the so called problems the Lords ammendments will have on her, the child is the important one and no 16 or 17-year old will ever be better... (26 April 2007)
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  • molijana : How many other youngsters will be subjected to the things Lois and Antonia went through within this 2 year period? Any is too many. A 16 year old is still far to young to be put on an adult... (26 April 2007)
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