Vital NHS reforms are casualties of bad management (Express)


By Stephen Pollard
May 10, 2011
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I have a piece in today's Express about the proposed NHS reforms. It's here.

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haya malka

Mon, 05/16/2011 - 11:01

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From what I can see in the U.K., good management is not appreciated. I'm living in an area full of NIMBYs, they don't want improvements and certainly have no respect for good business. Several times Tesco and another well-known supermarket tried to get a foothold here. The high street is filled with empty shops, and its shops are mostly rented out to charity stores (shmuttas) or there are a few small businesses which have hung on for years. The prices are higher than Tescos and the sell-by dates are covered in dust! The NIMBYs however are adamant that they don't want supermarkets, which they believe will spoil the atmosphere. True, they don't do much shopping unless its liquor or fancy take-aways, but if they do, they get in their cars and take off for the nearest Tesco!


haya malka

Mon, 05/16/2011 - 11:07

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I'm sorry, I put the above comment in the wrong place. It was meant for the blog on Tesco.

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