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Artist or CreatorChristian Adams
Title or CaptionBritish Wildlife in Decline
Extent1 item
Published byDaily Telegraph
Date23 May 2013
FormatNewspaper
Embedded text or transcriptMilipede
Never really successful despite very favourable conditions.
NHS Fat Cat
Departed to warmer climes. Related to the Cheshire Cat, rich diet. 2 million pounds
Coalition Doves
Inseparable, they thrived in rose gardens only a few years ago. Now doomed.
'King' Donkey
Permanent Eeyorish temperament. Although perked up on its departure ....
Person DepictedMiliband; Ed (Edward Samuel) (1969-)
Clegg; Nick (1967-)
Cameron; David (1966 Oct. 9-);
Nicholson; David; Sir
King; Mervyn A. (1948-)
Eeyore
Implied textFat cats of capitalism
Books: Winnie The Pooh character Eeyore
NotesNews: "So He Who Cannot Be Sacked has agreed to "retire" next year. Has Sir David Nicholson, the chief executive of the English NHS, seen the error of his ways? As the former head of the local health authority, has he accepted that he must take responsibility for 1,200 unnecessary deaths at Stafford hospital as a result of a fearful targets culture that saw patients left in their faeces and drinking water from flower vases?.... I wouldn't bet on any of the above. Instead of clearing his desk, Sir David is to retire with a pension pot of almost 1.9 million pounds. . ... " Allison Pearson, Daily Telegraph
SubjectsLabour Party
NHS
retirement
political coalitions
donkeys
Copyright contact detailssyndication@telegraph.co.uk
GenrePastiche
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Show related Persons records.

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CodePersonNameDatesAboutMultimediaImage
GB/BCA/8124Miliband; Ed (Edward Samuel) (1969-)1969-  
GB/BCA/8139Clegg; Nick (1967-)1967-  
GB/BCA/8128Cameron; David (1966 Oct. 9-)1966 Oct. 9-  
GB/BCA/9212Nicholson; David; SirChief Executive NHS 2011-  
GB/BCA/2355King; Mervyn A. (1948-)1948-   
GB/BCA/1846Eeyore   
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