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BBC: Mental health services ‘a car crash’

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Sue Bailey speaks the truth:

Mental health services in England are “a car crash” and the health secretary is not taking the problems seriously, according to the outgoing president of the Royal College of Psychiatrists.

Prof Sue Bailey told BBC News mental health services were “in crisis”.

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BBC Mental health services 'a car crash'

 

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  1. Allan says:

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    Sir Simon Wessely on the today program BBC our moral guardians to  denounced ME folks as vile abusers etc some years back .  Hopefully there will be a light at the end of the tunnel for mental health and all the reluctant abusers dragged into it by Simon. as incoming  president of the Royal College of Psychiatrists employed by the ministry of defense there should be more light when he takes over or will that be further crashes and a larger  fire?

     

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