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James Delingpole

No, even my daughter’s great hospital care doesn’t change my mind about the NHS

If our outmoded state model were stopped tomorrow, the same nurses and consultants would be doing just as brilliant work

12 September 2015

9:00 AM

12 September 2015

9:00 AM

When Girl came off the horse it didn’t look like a bad fall. More like an involuntary and rather hurried dismount. She’d landed on her feet, that was the main thing, so I wasn’t initially too concerned when she lay writhing and yelling on the grass. Nasty sprain I thought.

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