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Just now, Mr Helmut Fromage said:
11 minutes ago, dilligaf said:

I believe the church fella is unwell. No reason to doubt that and no excuse for the childish remarks.

I have no interest in the church at all, but each to their own.

I believe this guy has done nothing wrong 

Establishment stooge resorts to default position of Establishment stooge - and repeat

FOYSLPBSOABEFAC. Please :thumbsup:. Tonight's teaser.

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57 minutes ago, MrPB said:

Either way it clearly took some miserable moaning bastard to call ODC and drop him in the crap, and then some petty moronic commissioner or commissioners officer to decide to pursue some idiotic trumped up charge against him based on a bit of loaf shoving. I bet this costs ODC and the ratepayers dearly. 

As I said, there is more to this story than the co-op incident 

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10 minutes ago, Patient centred said:

And instead they could be reporting this 

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7231657/Married-psychiatrist-58-two-year-romance-patient.html

important news relevant to local people that should be reported rather than (cough) covered up. 

That is f****** unreal. :o

He is still in post isn't he ? ( or was quite recently.)

Just how lumpy can the carpet get. ???

( and I am a government stooge according to some.)

 

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1 hour ago, dilligaf said:

That is f****** unreal. :o

He is still in post isn't he ? ( or was quite recently.)

Just how lumpy can the carpet get. ???

( and I am a government stooge according to some.)

 

Is he a vicar....? :w00t:

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21 minutes ago, Non-Believer said:

Is he a vicar....? :w00t:

Er, nothing like it.

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No he isn’t the vicar.  He is supposedly the ‘trusted top psychiatrist’ looking after vulnerable mentally ill people and supervisor of other doctors at Nobles Hospital.

Why has he been allowed to remain as clinical lead for psychiatry?

Who is his line manager? What have they done about it?  How have they been monitoring things?  It is my understanding that he has no clear line manager and that he has been left without any proper supervision.

It is also my understanding that he was involved in dodgy financial dealings by having a locum agency that was screwing over the hospital leading to his dismissal in the distant past and move back to Ireland before returning and taking up the senior role as no one else wanted it.  This man has a history of not being truthful. But he has very shiny shoes and coiffed hair and makes very flattering chit chat. Thus, those who are susceptible to flattery think everything is fine. 

Move along now. Nothing to see here. A familiar refrain in several government agencies me thinks. 

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1 hour ago, hissingsid said:

Obviously you have an axe to grind with him.   Get over yourself all this hate does you no good.

It would appear that anger drives a few on this forum.

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I hope the good doctor sues this woman for every penny she has if it is proved to be untrue and tittle tattle.

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6 minutes ago, hissingsid said:

I hope the good doctor sues this woman for every penny she has if it is proved to be untrue and tittle tattle.

Why do you call him “ the good doctor” ?

Are there bad ones :)

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1 hour ago, hissingsid said:

I hope the good doctor sues this woman for every penny she has if it is proved to be untrue and tittle tattle.

Big assumption there “good doctor”. 

Do you know this for a fact?

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2 minutes ago, Patient centred said:

Big assumption there “good doctor”. 

Do you know this for a fact?

Dr Findley's Casebook springs to mind.;)

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