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Shame on you Amber Rudd

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The NHS is up to it's neck in Ransomware chaos along with GP surgeries and another 1oo countries also affected and Angela Rudd weighs in with this:

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-39906019

I have no doubt that the NHS IT systems are in need of investment and in an ideal world this would have been avoided but we don't live in an ideal world. By all means offer feedback after everything is back up and working, but to launch this sort of comment so early into the breach is pretty low in my view. Of course, the Government could identify and offer the necessary funding to help the NHS achieve upgrades, yeah, right. I worked in the Public Sector for over 47 years and I always found that a supportive word from Ministers helped a lot when the manure had hit the fan.
 
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