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The public sector ethos may be on its last legs.
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This appalling documentary was exploitative and irresponsible
<strong>The Doctor Who Hears Voices
<strong>Taken from The <em>New Statesman</em> 19 June 1948</strong>
Homoeopathic medicine is founded on a bogus philosophy. Its continued use is a drain on NHS resource
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Despite what the papers say, we live in pretty safe times.
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