My wife works in the NHS and was of the same opinion. But does there need to be a complaint made, or is it all automatic, as it were?
Question for the coppers amongst us. Couldn’t a bobby take their chances with a public order offence? Or outraging public decency? Surely walking over wreaths is enough to cause alarm and distress?
A complaint by another registrant (of whatever flavour) works well, but the complaint can come from anyone. Better coming from another nurse though.
Even though it’s now in the public domaine, I suspect the NMC won’t act independently. They’ll wait to see if there’s a complaint.
I saw the pr**k who laid the wreath being interviewed on GMB yesterday. I'll bet the Royal Anglians are really proud of the act of one of their 'finest'. These so called climate change activists don't actually do anything to combat climate change, apart from pulling stunts such as this. No dirt under their fingernails. Plant a tree or do something positive? No way Jose!
A Walter Mitty Hunters Club is trying to find out how genuine he is. Oddly no one seems to have found anything genuine.I saw the pr**k who laid the wreath being interviewed on GMB yesterday. I'll bet the Royal Anglians are really proud of the act of one of their 'finest'.
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