My Speech About Mental Health (not mine though) 20th May

This time I spoke about mental health issues. Now some of my friends are crazy, but this was more an opportunity to attack the Tories for reducing services.

Has the Prime Minister had an opportunity to examine the surveys, by Mencap and others, that highlight the huge variation among different local authorities in the levels of social care for elderly and vulnerable people that they provide? Does he share my concern that it is mainly Conservative authorities, including Wokingham and West Berkshire, that are refusing to support vulnerable people at substantial or moderate risk? Does that not speak volumes about the callous face of Cameron’s Conservatives?

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  1. […] » Symptoms of severe depression | Depression Symptoms wrote an interesting post today onHere’s a quick excerpt This time I spoke about mental health issues. Now some of my friends are crazy, but this was more an opportunity to attack the Tories for reducing services. Has the Prime Minister had an opportunity to examine the surveys, by Mencap and others, that highlight the huge variation among different local authorities in the levels of social care for elderly and vulnerable people that they provide? Does he share my concern that it is mainly Conservative authorities, including Wokingham and West Berk […]


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