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PostPosted: Wed 03 Oct, 2018 6:32 am 
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Musing re so called skilled/unskilled,particularly in care
Has various pernicious consequences

The devaluing of the very basics when they should be the absolute priority leading to neglect.There is no accident that bed sores,lack of food,toiletting and cleaning both of person and surroundings are the most common shortfalls.Such things are the fundamentals,on which all else rests.Hard enough to accept you may need assistance to then be deemed "low worth" strikes at the very core of self worth.


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Not just that,fluid balance etc,disjointment/demarcation risks health.


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In short there is nowt wrong on being a "bottom wiper",it shows you care.


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PostPosted: Wed 03 Oct, 2018 7:32 am 
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The social care money through the prism of " NHS winter crisis"is totally the wrong way to deal with/look at it.The facillitation of independent living which intrinsically includes benefits/budgets for the purpose.Done with serious and genuine intent(Labour were to their credit but as ever the DWP as the rogue pernicious player who should be disbanded or thoroughly reformed undermined/s)
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Can you get s PhD in "waffling"?


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Largely got my degree by it,to be honest.
Think they gave in.


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Chuntering and waffling,the joys of life.


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Got my gardener coming this morning,I've locked Tarquin up in the shed to prevent a scene.


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Morning all.

Y5 Swimming, Library and then straight into an LA meeting. In short, I'm busy...

I notice that apparently the cabinet has told May she has to say when she's quitting.

All going well then...

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"decent,moderate and patriotic"


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https://www.gov.uk/government/news/home ... ip-reforms

Home Secretary announces plans for citizenship reforms

reforms include tougher English language requirements for people applying for British citizenship and proposals to reform the Life in the UK test to give greater prominence to the British values and principles expected of those wishing to call the UK their permanent home.

Necessary rooms for care deemed spare
Not being terminally ill enough is a lifestyle choice ad infinitum


"decent,moderate and patriotic"


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PostPosted: Wed 03 Oct, 2018 8:25 am 
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The actual patriotic duty is to get rid of the Tory government which has done evidential harm to the Country and its citizens in a thoroughly indecent and immoderate fashion.


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PostPosted: Wed 03 Oct, 2018 8:39 am 
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Queuing,moaning about the weather..


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Asking a passer by to pull your finger and letting one rip,not sure if that is more a family tradition than British as such


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Calling people mate/pal when you don't know them and/or in the manner that suggests the opposite.


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Calling people mate/pal when you don't know them and/or in the manner that suggests the opposite.


Also good for regional variations - love/ducks/mi' ducks/pet

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"buddy" is quite common at work I have to stop myself from replying ",that'll be the day"


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"buddy" is quite common at work I have to stop myself from replying ",that'll be the day"


'Boss' is a bit of a giveaway that the speaker has been inside.

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Raised eyebrows/thumbs up are largely my methods of acknowledgement,trouble is I now do in general to everybody with varying results.


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A cat didn't seem that amused.


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A cat didn't seem that amused.


No thumbs.

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"little bit of money left to put away at the end of the month” isn’t “measured in pounds and pence”

"You have failed your citizenship test"


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Actually embarrassed for her in the patronising drivel of excerpt of speech.About as genuine as a nine bob note.


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I can't get angry about flailing totally out of depth.


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adam wrote:
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A cat didn't seem that amused.


No thumbs.


They're quite good at fist/paw bumps though.

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https://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/h ... 66191.html


Government broke law by restricting number of child refugees rescued under Dubs scheme, Court of Appeal rules


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"you have failed your citizenship test".
You don't know your own frigging law.


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Repeat offenders


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On all available evidence,no decency,immoderate stupidity and consistently the characteristics of a scoundrel.


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Thought things were quite busy this morning, now I know why :)


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https://www.theguardian.com/education/2 ... ds-funding

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High court assessing legality of council’s decision to cut Send funding by £21m


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(one of several as the article indicates)


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I'm far from the only one with the same view of the Gov money to CAB for UC implementation ,there is compromise and bung to silence.


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Independently beholden


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I've rattled the Rusty Twatterface and Oops I've done a whoopsie combo cage on twitter.It's amusing for a while but so predictable.


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And somewhat obvious and pathetic endeavours to slate the forum. put me off,which only makes me post more.


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Look's like May's big speech is underway. Dare I watch?

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If you are decent,moderate and patriotic you MUST watch.


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Being none of those,I'm exempt.


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Willow904 wrote:
Look's like May's big speech is underway. Dare I watch?


So far it's mostly been a speech about dead people.


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Willow904 wrote:
Look's like May's big speech is underway. Dare I watch?


So far it's mostly been a speech about dead people.


She'll probably claim she's not just trying to please their major donors.

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The "irony" of parasites living off the endeavours of others,proclaiming true Blue pretences with the audacity to complain.


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If you are decent,moderate and patriotic you MUST watch.


As a warning?


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The Party of "Opoitunity".


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And somewhat obvious and pathetic endeavours to slate the forum. put me off,which only makes me post more.


Christ, are they still banging away?

And is Open Seas still around......


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How's the clapometer?


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I responded to Rusty on twitter,so you can blame me.


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https://www.healthwatch.co.uk/news/2018 ... oure-carer

New research shows what it’s like trying to find and access help when you're a carer

("sacrifices"-urgh,just say challenges,have a thought about the person being assisted)


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