At last Tory Government seeing the light. - Anxiety Support

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At last Tory Government seeing the light.

Dodo777
Dodo777

The Tories can seem cold at times but there is a Mental Health crisis . Suicides are rising and our kids have to travel the country just to get a bed.

David Cameron cannot ignore peoples mental health any longer. Health is Health be it physically or Emotionally .

So many people are either losing their jobs or worried about losing their jobs and it must be so stressful if they have house payments car and other bills. Can be very frightening.

So good news that the Tories are putting money into the system to help people suffering from MH.

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Very true!

The country is in a mess, we need more money spent on hospitals and mental health services, the govt speak as though we are rich?? Well if we are why are these services floundering? So many 0 hour contracts, how are they a guarantee that anyone will get an income there not it is total madness and they walk about as though it is all fine, when it is a total mess :(

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Personally I don't think the world has ever been so bad... ever!

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Neither do I and I have been around some years :/

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I can't even start listing everything because there's so much! The main thing for me is terrorism though, truly awful!

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I know I have a facebook and a twitter acct but to be honest I now try to avoid going on them as they do show a lot that the main news channels are censoring, and to be honest now I have decided what I don't know won't hurt me as it is so bad now so bad :(

The money this government has pledged to help those unfortunate people with mental health issues (myself included) amounts to very little. Their approach towards mental health sometimes reminds me of those individuals who arrived at Auschwitz and whose fate was determined by the fickle whims of Dr Mengla, those to the right live for experimentation, those to the left follow a different SS man for extermination. Although Ed Milliband sometimes became rather awkward at the dispatch box, he once made a comment that everyone, in my humble opinion, ought to repeat everytime cuts are mentioned when in a moment of complete anger after Cameron had mentioned something about the NHS he abandoned his notes and pointed to those in the government and in the Cabinet and asked how many of them were millionaires, how many of them attended Eton, how many of them had no need to worry about mundane things ordinary people had to worry about such as food and paying bills, the total outcome was that most of them were. In the run up to the last election when Cameron went on News Night (as did the other leaders) Paxman asked him how many foodbanks there were in England at the moment. He had no idea. He was asked why it was that the deficit was under control and the economy was at last stable, he had no idea how many trillions of pounds the government were still borrowing each year. Someone must have voted for them, the blue rinse brigade probably and those with more money than sense. What has happened to 'We are all in it together' and 'the big society'? What the hell had they been doing for the past four and a half years they were in power? ​

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Very well said... its all utterly disgusting!!

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How's Dodo tonight?

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