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Old 07-29-2017, 04:16 AM
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If my taxes are going to fund Boob jobs, then I should probably have some form of hands on access.
Definitely a quality assurance role.
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Old 07-30-2017, 07:58 PM
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To suggest someone uses the NHS for "elective" surgeries, such as nose jobs and HTs is morally reprehensible.
The very idea my taxes are used to pay for boob jobs, gastric bands, gender changes, etc, while people have real needs, makes me want to vomit.
Then you need to contact your local MP and get him/her to lobby against it. Currently, British NHS is the laughing stock of the whole world with medical tourists flooding in from all over the world to get every imaginable procedure done for free. No need to shoot the messenger for delivering these news.
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Old 07-31-2017, 03:12 AM
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Then you need to contact your local MP and get him/her to lobby against it. Currently, British NHS is the laughing stock of the whole world with medical tourists flooding in from all over the world to get every imaginable procedure done for free. No need to shoot the messenger for delivering these news.
I'm fully aware of the situation with medical tourism.

I'd probably have more success picking up a cocktail stick with my butt cheeks, than our government or MP's actually doing anything about it....
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