Victoria Gillick’s report “seems correct”
I am no expert but Victoria Gillick’s report - as detailed in your newspaper seems very likely correct to me.
I was in the ambulance service locally until 2012.
The one night shift ambulance in Wisbech would get called to drunk Eastern Europeans found lying on roads and pavements- possibly with some alcohol-induced injury.
A journey of 16 miles to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in King’s Lynn. Hospital trolleys with Eastern Europeans sleeping it off.
I have heard an A and E nurse tell a patient - “We will get a taxi to take you back to Wisbech in the morning”.
Who pays for the Taxi-? The World Health Service?
I have known an unemployed English man turned away from the exclusively East European Employment Agency in Alexandra Road in Wisbech.
- 1 Police 'increasingly concerned' for man missing since early hours yesterday
- 2 Product sold at Tesco recalled due to risk of disease-causing bacteria
- 3 Man, 28, dies after truck and lorries crash on A47
- 4 Three rail and bus strikes in London and the East this week
- 5 Andre Rieu brings new summer concert to Cambridgeshire cinemas
- 6 Two combine harvesters catch fire in under 12 hours
- 7 Unauthorised encampments across Cambs a 'tricky issue' says Police and Crime Commissioner
- 8 £150,000 splashpad to open in Wisbech
- 9 NHS staff praised for ‘virtually eliminating’ long waiting times
- 10 Discount store expanding making it ‘bigger and better for customers’
No job for you, go. Wrong nationality Still we put up with it.
Our politicians make these decisions themselves. No consulting the mere electorate.