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constitutional mechanics 101

we commonly inherit national constitutional frameworks that were created within very different contexts to that which we are presently experiencing. thus what made sense many years past, now shapes our experience in ways which often are not comfortable.\r\nthis zone is for the exploration of evolving new constitutional agreements that best serve the needs of an expanding and evolving populous.
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John Pilger- The Dirty War on the NHS: Privatisation, Profits and the Impact on Patients

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    On this episode of Going Underground, we speak to legendary journalist and filmmaker John Pilger on his film The Dirty War on the NHS. He discusses the issue of the film not being allowed to air during the general election and questions the role of OFCOM as a regulator, the negative impact of management consultants, how the Health and Social Care Act of 2012 opened the door to NHS privatisation, how privatisation causes money to be wasted in the NHS despite more funding promises, the reality of the private healthcare system in the United States, R.A.M volunteering in the US, the 2019 UK general election, the reason why Brexit has been taken over by the extreme right since 2016, anti-Semitism allegations against Jeremy Corbyns Labour Party, allegations of BBC bias against the Labour Party in the election and more! STATEMENT FROM OFCOM: Ofcom spokesperson: Ofcom is a post-broadcast regulator. We do not ban programmes or decide when they are transmitted. We have long-standing rules to ensure that all broadcasters are duly impartial on matters of major political controversy and current public policy. Those rules apply at all times, not just during election periods.LIKE Going Underground http://fb.me/GoingUndergroundRTFOLLOW Going Underground http://twitter.com/Underground_RTFOLLOW Afshin Rattansi http://twitter.com/AfshinRattansiFOLLOW on Instagram http://instagram.com/underground_rt