After the exchange, Mr Reynolds released a statement, saying the decision was “incomprehensible” and that job centres were “lacking guidance” on how to re-open safely.
They found that doctors and pharmacists were “instinctively reaching for the prescription pad”, but that there was very little if any follow-up to ensure drugs were working or even being taken, with the end result “at best waste, and at worst harm to the patient”.
Litter louts are a pain in the ass …
“The amount of pigeon poo and dead pigeons is disgusting. The council do arrange to clean the pavement regularly but by next day the build-up begins again.”
Providing they can meet requirements set out to operate safely in the context of COVID-19, most practices across NHSGGC will be able to see and treat patients. In preparation, NHSGGC is distributing full PPE supplies to all practices.
A report from the House of Lords Democracy and Digital Technologies Committee released today calls for immediate action to rein in tech giants, including new powers for proposed online harms regulator Ofcom to fine digital companies up to four per cent of their global turnover or the blocking of serial offenders.