Tag Archives | Jim Wells

A tale of two health services

  Once you begin to think about partition in terms of economics, all sorts of things jump up and demand attention.  Let’s take one example. On 15 April this year, the south’s Health Minister Leo Varadkar visited Altnagelvin Hospital in Derry. After talking with the north’s then- Health Minister Jim Wells, Varadkar said: “Cross-border co-operation on health […]

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So tell me, Nigel…

Oh dear. Oh dear oh dear oh dear. If the DUP had gone into a huddle and said “Right guys, let’s think of something that’ll make it harder for any UK party to go into coalition with us. Mmm. Let’s see… Sammy – could you say something about evolution?…Nah, doesn’t have that zing. Edwin – […]

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