People are people, there is not a lot you can do about that. You can of course put your point of view? I watched the BBC News this afternoon, it highlighted an African lady who needs medical treatment, (Diebeties), who because she is illegal, is being deported from where she came. What an uproar, caus eshe can't afford the treatment in her country of birth. Do I have a problem with that? The answer is absolutely yes. I'l tell you why. l My Father who is reaching 75, is terminal with the big 'C'. Having worked since he was 14, he has recently received Chemo and now has some Radio Therapy planned. The reality is that there is a drug, which has not been approved by NICE, which in effect he has to beg for. Apparently, there are too many unexpected drains on the NHS budget, which can detract from treatment. Given that he has payed into the system for his entire working life, why the fcuk should people get that treatment for free, when they have never paid into the pool. Not a single penny. I am sure we are not the only people in this trap. It's Arrse.