EXCLUSIVE: Cornwall’s health revolution – Risk Assessment won’t be ready until February, just weeks before shadow ACS is launched

Posted By on 19th December 2017

19th December 2017 By Graham Smith As health campaigners head for County Hall this morning (Tuesday) to lobby councillors ahead of their first Inquiry Panel meeting called to consider Cornwall…

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  5. To he honest this is just a load of local government jargon! In terms of the population’s health and well-being it means absolutely nothing. You could frankly just cut through this, discard it, review existing services, cut the dead wood, of which there is plenty, look at what works – and there is much that is still excellent!! We have examples of exemplary practice in this county and of dedicated staff. Let’s recognise and facilitate that and bring social care under the health umbrella to give a better service to the vulnerable and better conditions of service and career opportunities for the staff. I am sick to the back teeth of hearing right wing political policy thinly disguised as caring. It isn’t – it is just an opportunity for private companies to make a mint out of us!!

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