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Hugo Rifkind

So the near collapse of A&Es around the country is all my fault?

Had I not known that, I might have wanted to blame other people

10 January 2015

9:00 AM

10 January 2015

9:00 AM

Oh, I see. So it’s my fault. There I was, thinking that the general swamping and near collapse of accident and emergency services in hospitals across Britain might be the result of, you know, some sort of systemic problem within the NHS. With me, a mere member of the public, just being an occasional victim.

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