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  1. I am a single parent and I will do anything - ANYTHING not to take my kids to Tesco!
  2. So, what did happen at the Manxie last night then?
  3. That's good. Have they got a nursery for hospital staff? There is no crèche facility for staff which makes life very difficult when you are trying to find childcare for shifts starting at 7.30am. The powers that be say that they surveyed the staff to ask they wanted an on site nursery when the new hospital opened, and the reply was no. I don't ever remember being asked.
  4. So, Ebola has now reached the UK. UK hospitals have policies and protocols in place. As do Nobles apparently! Unfortunately no one has provided any information, training or equipment for the front line staff attending any potential Ebola patients at Nobles. ((((((( sigh )))))))
  5. http://metro.co.uk/2014/10/13/london-hospital-in-chaos-after-ebola-patient-walks-into-casualty-4903988/?ito=facebook News sources suggest however, that the Isle of Man is ready.
  6. Yesterday Minister Howard Quayle MHK says he is pleased with the progress he has seen at the Department of Health and Social Care since he took up his post there five months ago. But much work remains to be done, he warns. The Minister said: 'The focus of the past few months has been about establishing a solid foundation for the newly merged Department of Health and Social Care. We know we are going to face difficult challenges in the future with our ageing population and a growing demand for health and social care services, as well as rising expectations from the public. Thats why
  7. It's not about being a vigilante. It's about questioning the system. Which is a healthy and sensible thing to do because the system is not always right or fair and this is simply a discussion.
  8. I didn't feel I was posting venomous bile - but I enjoyed reading that piece. Thank you.
  9. Inspirational. RIP Katherine. X
  10. Because they are likely to flee or present a risk to the public. And someone involving the downloading these images is not a potential risk to the public?There was another case similar to this recently. The accused got bail then " played games " with the justice system so it was repeatedly adjourned. . When he had exhausted all his games, he pleaded guilty to save himself having to go through a trial, and went to prison - but he had had an extra year of " freedom " while he waited.
  11. It is my understanding that money and passwords need to be exchanged to access and download indecent images of children. They need to be actively searched for because if all this wasn't in place, then the suppliers would too easily be caught. So for this reason you can't just stumble across the images by accident. As for curiosity - I think it would be an " unusual " person that clicked on the links just to see, when most people are repulsed and dismayed by this type of perversion - also knowing that it is illegal and that the police actively seek those who frequent the sites. Not much mo
  12. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-isle-of-man-27296033 I don't understand how they can get bail?!!!!!
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