Forgot to reply yesterday, but I see it'll just be a waste of time anyway as I realise now from the rest of your posts that you're another living away with the unicorns and fairies.No evidence whatsoever, no not one qualified statement to back up your hearsay and assertions. Rehashing of what you've read and heard on question time and other media sources.
You know nothing of the NHS, not one example to qualify what you mean, just a broad generalisation.
You have no idea what experience I have with NHS services; that which I do centres around mental health and the services that have been decimated by years of Tory cuts to vital areas. Children, young adults and their families who desperately need help and can't get it.
Ever spoken to a child whose suicidal? Ever spoken to a parent whose child has tried to take their own life?
And construction more strenuous than working with people's lives? The most moronic thing I've ever read on this forum. Why do you think the sickness is 3 times lower as you say it is? Christ alive you're clueless.
Plus seeing you talk such utter tosh as the problem is staff sickness, and then being as crass in your last post as to suggest NHS staff are deluded is a disgrace. The pressures many have to handle, and the workload they have to manage. You're an absolute joke to suggest none of that is relevant.
And getting back on the topic of Brexit, you started off crying about the Supreme Court decision you still clearly don't understand, then started asking for evidence about something that hasn't actually happened yet. It's all prediction and projection, and if you'd bothered to read up on something that doesn't fit into your perfect little view of what's happening, you'd know much more about the topic you pretend to be an expert on.
Already wasted enough time debating with you as is, not wasting any fudgeing more.