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EMR Dec 30th 2016 7:32 am

re: Post EU Referendum
 

Originally Posted by Fredbargate (Post 12138834)
I see you conveniently bypass my twenty seven years living in Spain

Nothing to be proud of, happily living and therefore supporting a fascist regime.
I would want to keep that quiet.

Red Eric Dec 30th 2016 7:44 am

re: Post EU Referendum
 

Originally Posted by Fredbargate (Post 12138834)
I see you conveniently bypass my twenty seven years living in Spain

Got to you in the end though, didn't it :lol:

EMR Dec 30th 2016 7:50 am

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Originally Posted by Dick Dasterdly (Post 12138743)
Yeh we've heard it all before,
....now we can look back and laugh at you miserable lot, while the successful people who really know what it's all about continue to express their confidence.

Anyway, its way past your bedtime EMR

Hope your Ma didn't forget to change your nappy by the way.

:rofl:

Why is it that when ever facts form part of a discussion you fall apart
No doubt when can look forward to more repeats of outdated posts that have little to do with brexit from you in 2017,2018, 2019 in fact for eternity..
I have to ask have you cancelled your Express subscription or finally realised what a crap paper it is.

Red Eric Dec 30th 2016 7:55 am

re: Post EU Referendum
 

Originally Posted by Dick Dasterdly (Post 12138743)
Yeh we've heard it all before,
....now we can look back and laugh at you miserable lot, while the successful people who really know what it's all about continue to express their confidence.

All that confidence and success must surely translate into a true economic boom for the UK. Let the good times roll.

And don't forget the cheques. Thanks :shades_smile:

Dick Dasterdly Dec 30th 2016 11:40 am

re: Post EU Referendum
 
The General Medical Council has warned MPs that attempts to keep Britain trapped in the single market will leave the NHS unable to properly check foreign doctors - all because of crazy free movement rules.

We always need to put patient safety first and protect the quality of our NHS.

The fake Brexit the Remoaners want is obviously a threat to our public services.

EMR Dec 30th 2016 11:44 am

re: Post EU Referendum
 

Originally Posted by Dick Dasterdly (Post 12138967)
The General Medical Council has warned MPs that attempts to keep Britain trapped in the single market will leave the NHS unable to properly check foreign doctors - all because of crazy free movement rules.

We always need to put patient safety first and protect the quality of our NHS.

The fake Brexit the Remoaners want is obviously a threat to our public services.

Given that the majority of foreign doctors do not come from the EU your post is as lacking in facts and sense as most in recent months,years.
You really must be getting desperate.

Dick Dasterdly Dec 30th 2016 11:47 am

re: Post EU Referendum
 

Originally Posted by Red Eric (Post 12138865)
All that confidence and success must surely translate into a true economic boom for the UK. Let the good times roll.

And don't forget the cheques. Thanks :shades_smile:


Data from Whitehall showed that the newly-formed Department for International Trade has assisted in securing a string of deals to boost jobs and economic growth since the historic vote to leave the EU.

Small firms and industries outside London in key sectors of the economy including property development, infrastructure and energy have been the big winners, the statistics confirmed.

Officials insist the surge proves that Britain is "an attractive place to invest and do business" as Theresa May prepares to formally apply for the country to cut ties with Brussels next year.

As for your cheques, you need to remember that all Eu members are expected to contribute to the Brussels Fat Cat Benevolent fund . :rofl:

Dick Dasterdly Dec 30th 2016 11:49 am

re: Post EU Referendum
 

Originally Posted by EMR (Post 12138968)
Given that the majority of foreign doctors do not come from the EU your post is as lacking in facts and sense as most in recent months,years.
You really must be getting desperate.

We are not referring to all, but only those from the Eu with inadequate language skills which put patients at risk.

Dick Dasterdly Dec 30th 2016 11:51 am

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TRADE Secretary Liam Fox has hailed £16billion of foreign investment in British industry as a huge “vote of confidence” in Brexit Britain.

The splurge by international firms comes a day after the value of Britain’s top companies hit a record level on the London stock market.

:thumbsup:

EMR Dec 30th 2016 11:54 am

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Originally Posted by Dick Dasterdly (Post 12138975)
TRADE Secretary Liam Fox has hailed £16billion of foreign investment in British industry as a huge “vote of confidence” in Brexit Britain.

The splurge by international firms comes a day after the value of Britain’s top companies hit a record level on the London stock market.

:thumbsup:

Pre brexit vote corporation tax cut being the main influence.
When will you ever learn Dick that you need to support your posts with facts.

DaveLovesDee Dec 30th 2016 12:11 pm

re: Post EU Referendum
 

Originally Posted by Dick Dasterdly (Post 12138967)
The General Medical Council has warned MPs that attempts to keep Britain trapped in the single market will leave the NHS unable to properly check foreign doctors - all because of crazy free movement rules.

Old news Dickless

NHS Employers


Language requirements for all patient/public facing roles

The Immigration Act 2016 creates a duty for employers to ensure that all public sector staff working in customer-facing roles speak English to an appropriate standard. The government has published an early draft of the code of practice, ahead of the requirements coming into force in October 2016 to help support employers to meet their obligations.

The Code of practice on the English language requirement for public sector workers outlines what will be expected of employers in the NHS when recruiting staff into patient/public facing roles from October 2016. It provides examples of the level of language proficiency expected from new and existing staff and the policies and procedures needed to ensure compliance with legislation.

Language requirements for EEA nurses and midwives

In January 2016, new language requirements for EEA trained nurses and midwives joining the NMC register came into effect. The new requirements mean nurses and midwives will be asked to prove that they have sufficient evidence of English language skills, for example having worked in an English language speaking country. If a nurse or midwife is unable to demonstrate these requirements, he or she will be asked to complete an English language assessment.

Nurses and midwives who have already completed one of the NMC's pre-registration courses will automatically meet the requirements.

Detailed information on the NMC's language checking requirements and processes can be found in our Language competency guidance.

Language requirements for EEA doctors

The General Medical Council (GMC) and the Department of Health (DH) consulted on the language proficiency of EEA (European Economic Area) doctors. The following changes , implemented in 2014, make sure all doctors have the necessary knowledge of English to practise safely in the UK.

In April 2014, a new category of fitness to practise impairment 'not having the necessary knowledge of English' was introduced. The GMC has updated its Good Medical Practice to include a specific duty that 'doctors must have the necessary knowledge of the English language to provide a good standard to practice and care in the UK'.

In June 2014, the General Medical Council raised its requirements for the minimum scores that doctors must obtain in the International English Language Testing System test. From this date onwards, they must achieve an overall score of 7.5 (up from 7.0).

In June 2014, changes to the Medical Act (1983) came into effect. The GMC can refuse to grant a licence to a European doctor who cannot demonstrate they have the necessary knowledge of English. The GMC also has the power to require European doctors to undergo a language assessment if this is needed to make a decision about their fitness to practise.

EMR Dec 30th 2016 12:11 pm

re: Post EU Referendum
 

Originally Posted by Dick Dasterdly (Post 12138973)
We are not referring to all, but only those from the Eu with inadequate language skills which put patients at risk.

Really , how many EU doctors with poor language skills are there working in the NHS.
You must know, its just a simple fact or not as the case may be.

Red Eric Dec 30th 2016 1:01 pm

re: Post EU Referendum
 

Originally Posted by EMR (Post 12138992)
Really , how many EU doctors with poor language skills are there working in the NHS.
You must know, its just a simple fact or not as the case may be.

He's posted reams of links about the handful of doctors in question on numerous occasions before.

Red Eric Dec 30th 2016 1:06 pm

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Originally Posted by Dick Dasterdly (Post 12138971)
As for your cheques, you need to remember that all Eu members are expected to contribute to the Brussels Fat Cat Benevolent fund . :rofl:

And some non EU members as well ;)

Keep 'em coming. Don't forget the top-ups. Thanks :shades_smile:

https://pbs.twimg.com/media/Cu0hUZZUkAE4Lvg.jpg

Fredbargate Dec 30th 2016 3:22 pm

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Originally Posted by Red Eric (Post 12138859)
Got to you in the end though, didn't it :lol:

Certainly did, I got sick of witnessing corruption on a daily basis


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