- Thu May 21, 2015 9:54 am #415623
Christ even for The Mail that's some astoundingly naked racism.
My workplace and probably large swathes of the NHS would be on their knees if it wasn't for the excellent contribution made by nurses we have who have moved here from the Philippines. I'm friends with quite a few of them, they're lovely caring people and excellent nurses.Safe_Timber_Man wrote:I personally think this does qualify as utterly disgusting. The headline, at least.
NHS STILL hiring Filipino nurses despite Victorino Chua scandal: Recruiters fly out in desperate bid to fill hospital vacancies
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article ... ncies.html
Some faith restored by the best rated comments, though.
uk-rn, California, United States, 8 hours ago
What a ridiculous headline. Does one bad apple spoil the lot?? I work with many very dedicated and caring nurses from the Philippines. This is an extreme example of a terrible person, and doesn't mean that nurses recruited from overseas are all killers and or dangerous.
+1300 -128moodswinging, LONDON, United Kingdom, 8 hours ago
Him being Filipino isn't what lead to him becoming a murderer! Him being a heartless evil demon is!
+1082 -47davio, Birmingham, 8 hours ago
We carried on using british doctors after Harold Shipman, so how is this different ?
+760 -72spiderlash, bristol, United Kingdom, 8 hours ago
Don't judge good hardworking nurses on where they come from. The U.K has had its fair share of nurses and doctors who have done this type of thing.
Gangster, 15, killed aspiring architect in row over conkers after SEVEN YEARS of failures by social workers and doctors, shock report reveals
No box left unticked.Social workers at Haringey Council were also too busy after the Baby P scandal and 'tolerated' Williams' 'chaotic' home life, where he suffered routine violence, the report said.
And MailOnline can reveal that his lesbian asylum seeker mother, who took him to Britain from Jamaica in around 2000, has avoided deportation ever since despite a string of convictions.
The convictions are for shoplifting.And MailOnline can reveal that his lesbian asylum seeker mother, who took him to Britain from Jamaica in around 2000, has avoided deportation ever since despite a string of convictions.
The Mail in a nutshell. When faced with troubled individuals who need attention and treatment, the priority should always be to wash our hands of them and send them back where they came from, where they can be guaranteed to get neither.Had they been deported, Williams would never have been on that street in August.
A major kicking in the comments too. The Thai readership must have turned in early.Watchman wrote:http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/artic ... thood.html
No sure where to put this but it certainly left me feeling very uneasy on many levels.
Particularly concern by the phrase "or thrilling"
He was asking for it!True, the spat that culminated in the rolling pin incident appears to have begun when Mr Crossland, also 76, left his wife for two hours in their car while he kept an appointment with his solicitor. If you ask me, that was enough to try anyone's patience...
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