NHS being Privatised
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I feel and so do they that there is a need for partial privatisation of the health service to remain in the position where we can offer vital services.
A1: Privatisation leads to greed. In the end private companies want money and a good reputation to earn them that, but they don't need a good reputation so they will not care about customer service and other things similar.
A2: If something goes wrong, it is very difficult to find out who to blame and who needs to improve.
A3: If privatised, jobs will become unsafe quickly (not that the Tories care). If you work in a state school, your job is a lot more safe than in a private school.
A4: To be fair, the UK arguably has the best health service in the world, but it is no laughing matter and private companies will not take it as seriously.
The NHS was not designed to care for a 21st century Britain where they have to cater for people living, people getting fatter and fatter or people with terminal illnesses that need long term care.
The NHS was designed to ensure basic care was available to all and now they are providing costly and lengthy treatments to people with complicated problems like cancer, don't get me wrong it is not a bad thing we help those who have these problems who without the NHS might not get treated but we need to find new ways to help fund these expensive services.
The NHS can be improved by making it more aimed to the people, privatisation is really going to lead to greed. There is no more I can say.
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