Conducting a crime scene investigation outside the Leeds Virgin store on Saturday 1st April, NHS Detectives appealed to passers-by for information about the attempted murder of the NHS.
Witnesses came forward with accounts of deaths caused by A&E closures, services not open and reduced treatments
As the NHS Detectives sealed off the entrance to the Leeds Virgin store, people out doing their shopping were aghast to learn that Virgin have already taken over £1bn worth of NHS contracts and are now suing the NHS because one of their bids lost out for a big contract.
Professor Allyson Pollock, a Public Health professor at Newcastle University, told 999 Call for the NHS she was shocked by Virgin’s announcement:
“This extreme action by Virgin is another example of private business riding roughshod over what should be a public service catering for our public health. When profit becomes the motive patient care and…
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