Professor Donald Longmore is a pioneering heart surgeon who has devoted his life to the National Health Service despite numerous offers to work in the USA and elsewhere.
This book is therefore an authoritative account of his personal experiences while working in the NHS and his solution to the current problems that beset the organisation he loves.
Professor Longmore is an eminent physician and surgeon who has dedicated his life and career over a period of over 50 years to the National Health Service which he loves. It is a personal and provocative account of his experiences during that time.
The book’s 5 sections comprise his personal reflections from entering the NHS with great enthusiasm to the present day top-heavy bureaucratic institution he believes it has become.
He finishes with his own personal formula for correcting the direction in which it is moving to regain the esteem in which it was once held.
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In addition to being a well known author, John Stephenson is a successful businessman with over 40 years experience running his own and other international companies.
Until recently he presented his own business and current affairs programme on the radio and commentates on business and the economy for television.
Carl Miller is a successful businessman in the cutthroat world of London’s nightlife. When obese crook, Barry Johns, flees the country leaving Miller with a large unpaid debt, he starts an intensive search with his trusted colleagues, Paula Stone and Felix Umbwese.
The chase takes them across Europe where they encounter a leading vice racketeer and drug baron who also wants Johns dead. Miller now has to find him before they do.
Both Umbwese and Stone narrowly escape death but manage to obtain vital leads and eventually Johns is located working under a new name in Spain.
Up to his old tricks, he is stealing from his new boss, Keith Richards, a property developer and Miller has to find a way to get to Johns first and extract his money.
His clever scheme leads to a partnership with Richards to solve both their problems.
Martin Foran is the only person in British Legal history to have suffered a double miscarriage of justice and this is the compelling account of his 40 year fight for justice following almost 20 years of wrongful imprisonment.
With only a short time to live, Foran s has been a lone voice against the establishment for 40 years before suppressed evidence emerged to prove his innocence. After two false convictions and spending over 19 years locked up for crimes he did not commit, Foran’s second conviction was quashed in 2013 but, alarmingly, compensation was refused and is still being fought for.
Continuing his fight against his first conviction, it was eventually referred to the Court Of Appeal and this too was quashed on October 3rd, 2014. In their determination to convict him, the West Midlands Serious Crime Squad resorted to an unprecedented level of corruption and fraud. This corruption became endemic right to the top of the Force and into heart of the justice system until Lord Justice Leveson ordered the disbandment of the Squad. The events are written in candid detail and reveal disturbing evidence of corruption at the highest level.
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How the culture at the top of Barclays allowed its managers to dishonour agreements, deceive its customers, protect and reward a fraudster and bring a successful company to its knees simply because, in their own words; “It suited us’.