Citizen Smith wrote:
I really feel like complaining about this one. It's just so badly skewed. What are they trying to achieve exactly?
As a service to all Daily Mail readers who, apparently, are unable to read any print smaller than 20pt or whatever of the title, Culfy answers your questions.
Firstly, from Yvette Lewis of Plymouth Devon "What if there's a medical emergency of a non-muslim at the prayer time when all the nurses will be busy turning the beds?"
Answer "If the measure is deemed "practically possible" and does not impinge on other patients, then it should be carried out." so in other words in the article which you only read the headline of, it specifically states that the bed should only be turned if it doesn't impinge on other patients and is practically possible.
Secondly from John Groves in somewhere called the United Kingdom "What would happen if their time wasting 'bed-moving duties' meant that a patient suffers?". Again, the answer is In The Fucking Article.
And finally from Jacqui in Staffordshire "Would this happen if we had to go into a hospital abroad?" Well, that's an interesting question Jacqui, to which the answer is "What the fuck do you mean 'would this happen' and 'abroad'? Would they turn beds about it Saudi Arabia? Probably. Would they turn beds about in America? Probably, if you're paying for incredibly expensive private medical insurance. But what the fuck difference does it make what they do in other countries, or are you suggesting that we should slavishly adhere to other countrys' ways of life rather than our customs of tolerance?"
Sorry, I feel so much better now.