One of the features of the Nurse led NHS Walk-In Centres was they were available from to days a year, however the GPs mostly private practitioners thought the funding of this service was a waste of money and led Lansley by the nose into closing down or reducing the hours of the WICs. No more holidays in Spain? Given Spain's obstruction of the people of Gibraltar I would be of the opinion that Spain is not a place for any British person to spend a holiday.
I was fascinated to see the Spanish Director General of Foreign Affairs declaration that Gibraltar's action of placing concrete block to form a reef disrupted fishing in a special conservation area. I say "Vote with your wallet" and stay away from Spain. Long time no post: I've moved to Derbyshire away from the City. Though at the moment I commute to London 2 hour trip eachway.
I now get to see the countryside and the seasons from the train window. This morning before I set off to the station, at 5: Mis-sold Swaps to cost UK banks billions. The idea was that for a fee the business would be protected from interest rate increases on their bank loans.
It is similar, but not the same as insurance. The flip side is that if the interest rate goes down the business has to pay the difference via the bank to the other party in the interest rate swap. Back in the s there was a big fuss about IRS deal wrongly sold. Here's what the local doctors say in a petition to David Cameron: Lewisham Hospital is not part of that trust.
It is a solvent, successful organisation that delivers high-quality care to its patients. Yet the TSA has taken the. Picked up from the Internet: The British Government provides the following financial assistance: Financiers form a company borrow the money to re build a new hospital. As part of the deal the PFI company also gains exclusive rights to provide services such as facilities management within the hospital.
It is a very very expensive method of financing the hospital.
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They advertise quite frequently on the national TV projecting the image of reliability and a "Job Done" approach.
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They are examined in physical assessment skills, their work is routinely audited for best practice.
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In October , following the departure of Richard Klein from the controllership, the management of the channel changed, with the role of Controller of BBC Four scrapped: The controllers of BBC Four from have been:. As a result of the reorganisation, the post of Controller BBC Two and Four will close after her departure later in It should provide an ambitious range of innovative, high quality programming that is intellectually and culturally enriching, taking an expert and in-depth approach to a wide range of subjects.
The channel broadcasts a mixture of art and science documentaries , vintage drama including many rare black-and-white programmes , and non-English language productions such as films from the Artificial Eye catalogue, the French thriller Spiral and the Swedish detective series Wallander. On weekdays at Beyond Days takes a break during August and for two weeks in December and is replaced with an edition of World News Today.
The channel is also home to many political travel shows such as Holidays in the Axis of Evil which features investigative journalism. Drama has given the channel some of its most popular programmes, with The Alan Clark Diaries and Kenneth Williams: Discounting BBC Four's previous live relays of theatrical Shakespeare productions, this was the first live made-for-television drama to be broadcast by the BBC for twenty years.
Another notable programme broadcast on BBC Four is Charlie Brooker's Screenwipe which contains reviews of current shows, as well as stories and commentary on how television is produced. The show is presented by broadcaster Charlie Brooker. The channel is also curator and leader of the BBC Archive project whose aim is that the BBC's television archive is re-broadcast as much as appropriate so that the Archive can be enjoyed again and not isolated. In Dirk Gently became the first continuing drama series produced for the channel.
BBC Four is occasionally used to show live sports coverage. The channel aired additional games from the UEFA Euro football tournament, and temporarily extended its broadcast hours to show live action from the Summer Olympics.
The channel's initial series of idents were generated dynamically reflecting the frequencies of the continuity announcers' voice or of backing music and were designed by Lambie-Nairn. As a result, no two idents were ever the same. The first continuity announcer was Zeb Soanes. On 10 September , the channel began showing new idents comprising a central BBC Four logo surrounded by four quadrants which show different stages of the same footage thus making for a sort of optical illusion; for example, a swimming pool where a person on an inflatable ring appears in the bottom-left corner, though ripples don't enter the remaining quarters.