Posts for the “regx2 quotable quotes” category

Trust no one with your money [or health] is the tragic legacy of the crisis

by Julia Evans on January 18, 2012

[Crisis in Health: Government implementation of NICE, Skills for Health, HPC, CHRE & closure of NHS provision in favour of contracted-out services ‘scientifically’ evaluated.]   Quote from ‘Trust no one (…)

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The Government’s reforms to the NHS? A car crash in slow motion playing out before our very eyes. Stephen Wright

by Julia Evans on January 6, 2012

We’re spending millions, billions, on changes for which there was no electoral mandate, for which there is no need, based on fundamentally flawed thinking that competition, not co-operation delivers the (…)

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It seems as though the HPC has died and been reincarnated into the PSA (formerly CHRE), a bit like when Doctor Who dies and comes back in a different form.

by Bruce Scott on September 22, 2011

(Julia Evans writes: The following is an email response to Laing was rattling the cage of an establishment with vested interests who did not like to be questioned or held (…)

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Witnessing to the humanity of the other is the place where all moral reasoning must begin: The Revd Canon Giles Fraser

by Julia Evans on September 16, 2011

Quote from:  The Revd Canon Giles Fraser, BBC Radio 4, Thought for the Day (16 September 2011)  available here  or here. Further quote: And the way a liberal culture does this, he (…)

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Laing was rattling the cage of an establishment with vested interests who did not like to be questioned or held to account.

by Julia Evans on September 6, 2011

The title comment is from Bruce Scott[i] .   This comment is extremely important as the UKCP, BPC, BACP, and other members of the New Savoy Partnership  are currently sewing (…)

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Sadeian power in use: By having its hand on Asia’s water tap, China is therefore acquiring tremendous leverage over its neighbours’ behaviour…

by Julia Evans on August 31, 2011

Quoted from ‘Water is the new weapon in Beijing’s armoury’ by Brahma Chellaney in the Financial Times, August 30th 2011 07:59pm Brahma Chellaney is a professor at the independent Centre (…)

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We risk justifying greed by suggesting that the things we want are potentially unlimited.

by Julia Evans on August 5, 2011

Giles Fraser states: On growth, he began where I am, worried about sustainability. But, in the course of conversations with bankers and business people, he has changed his mind, arguing (…)

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“…they have produced too many people lacking the ability to ask “what ought I do” question as a matter of course, let alone dwell seriously on the answers.”

by Julia Evans on April 7, 2011

Quote: How did behaviour in the financial services industry become so problematic? In the City today you will find very smart people, with very high IQs who are world-class innovators (…)

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“I do not regard the need for resolutions, affirmative or negative, as a sufficient protection against the increasing, apparent indifference with which this legislation comes into force.”

by Julia Evans on December 15, 2010

Quote from Professor Lord Norton’s blog: ‘Lord Chief Justice on the Public Bodies Bill’ The Lord Chief Justice, Lord Judge, appeared before the Constitution Committee this morning (15th December, 2010).  (…)

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And by the way, we are already regulated, no one is anti-regulation, we are simply resisting state regulation as it is being undertaken in an unintelligent and brutal way and will benefit no one but the HPC

by Julia Evans on December 11, 2010

And by the way, we are already regulated, no one is anti-regulation, we are simply resisting state regulation as it is being undertaken in an unintelligent and brutal way and (…)

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