HSE must wash its hands of inefficiency

The world seems out of kilter. Perhaps it was the murders of five women in Suffolk, George Bush taking the blame for Iraq, the children’s hospital debacle or global warming (gets the blame for everything else...Mum: ‘‘Who ate all the biscuits?” Littl

20th January, 2007

The world seems out of kilter.

Perhaps it was the murders of five women in Suffolk, George Bush taking the blame for Iraq, the children’s hospital debacle or global warming (gets the blame for everything else...Mum: ‘‘Who ate all the biscuits?” Little Johnny: ‘‘global warming?”), but there’s been an unseasonable deficit of ‘‘left to die on a hospital trolley’’ stories in the media this winter....

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