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|| NHS Trusts Are Earning Hundreds of Millions of Pounds in Private Income: New Study Shows Their Clear Direction Towards Commercialisation ||


|| Tuesday: October 03: 2023 || ά. Hospital trusts are relying more and more on private income to boost their finances, with one Trust making more than half their income from commercial activities, a new Study has shown. NHS organisations are implementing strategies to make income from commercial activities.

University of York academics looked at six high-profile NHS trusts as case studies and found them to be making between 12% and 53% of their total income from commercial activities in 2021:22, including activity from treating private patients and running labs and pharmacies to establishing branches abroad. :::ω:::

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|| Rishi Sunak Announces Record Climate Aid Commitment As G20 in India Concludes: UK Will Provide $02 Billon to the Green Climate Fund  ||



|| Sunday: September 10: 2023 || ά. As a gathering of G20 leaders in India concluded today, Sunday, Rishi Sunak, the Prime Minister, has announced UK’s biggest single financial contribution to helping the world’s most vulnerable people adapt to and mitigate the impact of climate change. UK will contribute £01.62 billion, $02 billion to the Green Climate Fund:GCF, which was established by 194 countries, following the Copenhagen Accord at COP15.

The GCF is the largest global fund, dedicated to supporting developing countries to reduce global emissions and helping communities adapt to the effects of climate change. Today’s UK pledge represents a 12.7% increase on the Country’s previous contribution to the GCF for the period of 2020-2023, which was itself a doubling of the initial funding to establish the Fund in 2014. At the G20 Summit Mr Sunak has called on world leaders to work together ahead of the COP28 Summit, taking place in December this year to, both, reduce their countries’ own carbon emissions and support vulnerable economies to deal with the consequences of climate change.

Addressing the G20 leaders, the Prime Minister said, ‘’The UK is stepping up and delivering on our climate commitments, both by decarbonising our own economy and supporting the world’s most vulnerable to deal with the impact of climate change. This is the kind of leadership, that the world rightly expects from G20 countries. And this government will continue to lead by example in making the UK, and the world, more prosperous and secure.’

The UK has led international efforts to help developing countries tackle climate change, including by pledging to spend £11.6 billion on international climate finance between 2021 and 2026. Today’s announcement marks a major contribution towards this commitment and follows the Prime Minister’s announcement at COP27 that the UK would triple its funding for climate adaptation.

‘’Since 2011 UK climate aid spending has helped over 95 million people cope with the effects of climate change and reduced or avoided over 68 million tonnes of greenhouse gas emissions. This goes hand in hand with the UK’s domestic leadership transitioning to clean forms of energy. The UK has cut emissions faster than any other G7 country, with low carbon sources now accounting for more than half of our electricity.

We saw renewables generate a record 47.84% of UK electricity in the first three months of 2023 and output from wind, solar and hydro reached a record high last year. Last year, we saw the biggest increase ever in the installation of offshore wind capacity, with the UK home to the four largest working wind farms in the world.

Alongside this uplift in the UK’s contribution to the GCF, which is expected to again make us one of the largest donors to the fund, the UK Government will continue to stress the importance of the GCF delivering results with even greater speed, demonstrating value for money in all of its activities. This includes asking the GCF to further improve its delivery for those countries most vulnerable to climate change, particularly Least Developed Countries and Small Island Developing States.’’ :::ω:::

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|| You Exit and Then You Regret and Then You See the Light of the Horizon Again ||



|| Thursday: September 07: 2023 || ά. You Exit and Then You Regret and Then You See the Light of the Horizon Again and Say to Yourself: Thank Goodness I Can Now See Clearly So You Rejoin What You Had Spent Every Iota of Your Being to Get the UK Out Of: O The Conservative Party Can Now See the Lights of The Horizon of The European Union Now Though Many Had Seen It for Decades As to What It Does: This Horizon Programme for Learning Research Innovation and Collaborative Works In All Fields of Learning Knowledge and Wisdom. United Kingdom has finally been led by a Conservative Prime Minister, Mr Rishi Sunak, to join Horizon Europe under a new deal he has struck with the European Commission! How times change! How did they get everything demolished ‘To Get Brexit Done’! The day shall soon approach when those, who misled the country and drag everything by single-minded blind-force and propaganda to get the United Kingdom out of the European Union, as, if, it was the only barrier to the United Kingdom’s being able to breathe, shall be brought to take responsibility. The way people had punished and wiped out the Nick Clegg-led Liberal Democrats, they shall have nowhere to hide for the evidence has been stacking up against them.

Yet, the Opposition has taken a cold-hard submission and they do not even count the years, that had done ruinous things to the United Kingdom when the Conservatives and the Liberal Democrats joined their hands to run ‘austerity’ kicking to the country and its people and, Mr David Cameron, having finally, given up in losing the European Union Referendum and gone away, leaving, equally, ruinous trails of people becoming prime ministers in a long march of short tenures and volatile desperations, inflicting far too much pains and sufferings to the people of this beautiful country. This way they now only count the Conservative alone years so that it does not show the length of the time the opposition had been in the wilderness! Now they say, the Conservatives are in power for 13 years but what about those five years when they and their buddies, the Liberal Democrats ran rough-shod against the most vulnerable and the low-wage earning working people and those, who them punished with punishment-social security!

Now that the Conservatives have found that they could see the Horizon of Europe what is the opposition going to see? They would see that the people of the country vote them into office simply because they are not the Conservatives! That is where things are: the Opposition has lost its way far more than the Conservatives had been doing with much gusto! Now, however, today, the European Commission and the UK Government have concluded negotiations and reached an agreement in principle on the association of the UK to Horizon Europe and Copernicus under the Trade and Co-operation Agreement, which both parties claim to be a landmark moment for scientific and space collaboration between the EU and the UK following agreement of the Windsor Framework earlier this year.

The signatories say in a statement that Association to Horizon Europe will further strengthen and deepen links between the scientific communities in the UK and the EU, foster innovation and enable researchers to work together on global challenges from climate to health. The UK Government and the European Commission look forward to enabling collaboration between their researchers in which the UK and the EU share a mutual interest, such as, in new and emerging technologies. To this end, the EU will assess UK participants’ access to strategic parts of the Horizon Europe programme on equal terms with other associated countries.

UK researchers will be able to fully participate in the Horizon Europe programme on the same terms as researchers from other associated countries, including leading consortia, from the 2024 Work Programmes and onwards, including any 2024 calls opening this year. For calls from the 2023 Work Programmes, the European Commission will continue to administer transitional arrangements and the UK will continue to provide funding under the UK Guarantee. UK and EU scientists and researchers can have confidence in continuing long-term partnerships with their counterparts.

The association of the UK to Copernicus will enable the UK’s access to a state-of-the art capacity to monitor the Earth and to its services. The UK’s association to Copernicus comes at a crucial moment, where the Copernicus space infrastructure and its information services will evolve further and their contribution to understanding and acting on environmental and climate change related challenges is more important than ever.

UK will, also, have access to EU Space Surveillance and Tracking services. The European Commission and the UK Government will take forward joint outreach and engagement activities designed to encourage the participation of UK entities within both programmes. In line with the terms of the Trade and Co-operation Agreement, the European Commission and UK Government have, also, agreed appropriate terms, regarding the UK’s financial contribution for the Multi-annual Financial Framework 2021-2027, reflecting the fact that UK researchers did not participate in Horizon Europe or Copernicus from their beginning in 2021.

Today’s agreement in principle marks another step forward for the EU and UK to work together in the spirit of friendly co-operation on issues of shared interest. The European Commission and the UK Government intend to make full use of the opportunities, provided by the Trade and Co-operation Agreement.

Horizon will give UK companies and research institutions unrivalled opportunities to lead global work to develop new technologies and research projects. This will not only open up co-operation with the EU but, also, Norway, New Zealand and Israel, which are part of the programme and countries like Korea and Canada which are looking to join too.

This follows a call between the UK Prime Minister Mr Rishi Sunak and EU Commission President Ms Ursula Von der Leyen on Wednesday,  September 06. They are encouraging UK scientists to apply with confidence from today and they agreed that the UK and EU will work together to boost participation. :::ω:::

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|| New Cost-Of-Living Crisis on Disabled People Report: To Have Unheated Homes: Go Hungry: Severely Restricted Opportunities to Socialise and Participate in Their Community: Living Like This Is a Direct Violation of Their Human Rights: These Conditions Are a Direct Result of Policy Choices: A Decade of Austerity Devastating the Health and Well-Being ||




|| Thursday: August 31: 2023 || ά. A new Report, published by the Glasgow Centre for Population Health:GCPH and Glasgow Disability Alliance, paints a deeply concerning picture of the impacts of the cost-of-living crisis on disabled people. The Report presents the views of disabled people, living in Glasgow, alongside a scoping review of emergent evidence from across the UK on how the crisis is impacting the lives, health and well-being of disabled people.

“For disabled people, living in Glasgow to have unheated homes, to go hungry, and to have severely restricted opportunities to socialise and participate in their community paints a bleak picture of our society in 2023. Moreso, living like this is a direct violation of their human rights. These conditions are a direct result of policy choices, primarily, a decade of austerity policy which we know has been devastating to the health of disabled people and lower income households. In terms of local and national government, disabled people must be considered a priority. As this Report makes painfully clear, urgent action is essential.”

Mr Chris Harkins, the Lead Author of the Report and Public Health Programme Manager at GCPH, said, “Over one in five UK citizens are disabled and within Glasgow, the figure is, almost, a quarter among working age people, rising to 64% in those over 65 years of age. Disability is part of being human, almost, everyone will be disabled temporarily or permanently in their lives. Yet, disability, in many ways, remains a peripheral issue in society, a ‘them and us’ dichotomy, based on stigma, discrimination and disinterest.’’

The crisis has worsened poverty and financial insecurity, making it increasingly difficult and, for some, impossible, to live a healthy and reasonably enriched life. It is of great concern that, for many, the crisis has created a struggle to meet basic costs, including an inability to heat homes and going hungry or eating a nutritionally deficient diet. Being cold and going hungry, reported as directly compromising the management of health conditions, disrupting medication routines and worsening a range of symptoms, including pain management.

Worryingly, being unable to afford to charge essential assistive equipment, such as, powered wheelchairs, hoists and nebulisers, was, also, reported. In addition to these health, well-being and condition management impacts, participants reported that there was now significantly less opportunity to undertake hobbies and pastimes, to socialise or to participate in their community all vital for leading reasonably fulfilling lives.

This has further eroded mental health and resulted for too many in an inescapable feeling of being forgotten or left behind by wider society. The evidence review conducted as part of the research indicates that these devastating impacts on disabled peoples’ lives are observed across the UK but, that the issue has as yet not received adequate academic or policy attention.

The Report, also, highlights the significant additional and hidden costs of disability, which are not well understood across wider society. Disability charity, ‘SCOPE’, estimates that in 2023, on average, disabled households with, at least, one disabled adult or child, need an additional £975 a month to have the same standard of living as non-disabled households. This ‘disability price tag’ is comprised of higher costs, associated with specialist equipment and extra usage of everyday essentials, including energy and accessible transport.

Alongside the direct impacts on their own lives and health, the wider impacts of the crisis on society and health services in particular were recognised. As one disabled participant reported, “There are many costs to this, which I’ve not seen in the news or heard people speaking about. What price are the NHS paying for this? I have definitely seen my GP much more, because of stuff we’ve spoken about, being cold, being stressed mainly for me and, how that impacts my condition. So, the crisis will be costing the NHS millions. If, the disability payments are raised, we would, also, be spending more within the economy. It’s this false idea that, if, we get more money, we’d be squirrelling it away. No! We’d be spending more on the basic things we actually need: food, clothes, energy and so on, assistive things. The money doesn’t go down a black hole, it goes back into the economy and everyone benefits.”

The findings are hugely concerning, demanding immediate and disability-prioritised policy and practice responses at all levels of government and across public services. Although, mitigating the immediate impacts of the crisis is vital, the underlying historical vulnerability and inequalities, experienced by disabled people, including the disproportionate impact of over a decade of UK austerity policies and the COVID-19 pandemic, must, also, be addressed.

The Report calls upon the UK Government to provide an adequate level of social security to enable disabled people to live healthy lives and to compensate for the extra costs of disability. Maximising access to existing social security is, also, essential, as is reducing societal barriers to fair education, employment and civic participation. The Government working with energy providers to legislate for a discounted gas and electricity tariff for disabled people would, also, be hugely welcomed.

The GCPH is a partnership between the University of Glasgow, NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde and Glasgow City Council, funded by the Scottish Government. :::ω:::

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|| MHRA Announces Three New UK Approved Bodies to Certify Medical Devices ||


|| Wednesday: August 30: 2023 || ά. The Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency:MHRA has designated three new UK Approved Bodies, almost, doubling the UK’s capacity to certify medical devices, supporting faster certification of safe and effective medical devices for healthcare professionals and the public. TÜV SÜD, Intertek, and TÜV Rheinland UK join the four current UK Approved Bodies, for the certification of medical devices in the UK.

These designated Bodies as UK Approved Bodies to assess and certify general medical devices in accordance with Part II of the UK Medical Devices Regulations 2002. TÜV Rheinland UK has, also, been designated to assess and certify general medical devices, as well as, in-vitro diagnostics in accordance with Part IV. With the exception of the very lowest risk devices, manufacturers must apply to a UK approved body for UKCA certification. Products can only be placed on the market in England, Wales and Scotland after they have achieved certification.

Dr Laura Squire, MHRA Chief Healthcare Quality and Access Officer, said,  ‘’By almost, doubling capacity for medical device assessment in the UK, we’re supporting patients to access the safe and effective products they need to protect their health. Approved Bodies play a critical role in the supply of medical devices and expanding capacity has been a key priority for us to support manufacturers to bring their products to the UK.’’

Before appointing an Approved Body, the MHRA conducts a detailed assessment process to ensure that organisations are stable and able to undertake impartial and objective conformity assessment activities, that they have an appropriate quality management system, the capacity and competence to undertake assessments and the processes they use meet the relevant regulatory requirements.

After successful designation, the MHRA monitors UK approved bodies’ activities including by regular audits and by witnessing some of their audits of manufacturers.

For any organisations wanting to become an approved body, contact info :::ω:::

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The Political Philosophy and Political Economics That Say That the Survival of the Fittest or Richest is the Ultimate Aim of Society is a Brutal, Cruel, Ruthless and Inhuman Dictate of a Monstrous Social Jungle Where Neither Civic Nor Community Can Exist: And When Such a Monstrous Social Jungle is Established in a Country It Becomes Worse Than a Jungle and It Becomes Every Citizen's Civic and Moral Duty and an Existential Necessity of Humanity to Do All in Their Democratic Power to Eliminate Such Jungle and Replace It with a Civic Society Where Community, People, Families, Individuals and All Humanity are as Real, as Connected and as Active, Engaged and Creative as the Human Physiology is in All Humans of a Given Society

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