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Thrust of argument: Stop The War reports that 'Defence Secretary Michael Fallon casually announced that the Government was to spend an additional quarter of a billion pounds on nuclear weapons this year' whilst government cuts to the NHS (and attempts to sell it to industry) meant that 'In the week from 15 to 21 December 2014, emergency departments in England slumped to the worst waiting times since 2004. Just 83.1 per cent of patients were seen within four hours.' Direction of resistance / implied resistance: Is the government mad?

 

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Removal of resistance: Or is it incredibly greedy and stupid? Unification: It's one or more of those three things. No sane, intelligent, decent government would behave like that.
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