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[英伦广角] 2014-10-11 英国政府加强对精神疾病患者的关注

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Glasgow, the rebel city that rejected the West Minister in the Scottish referendum. Here Nick Clegg makes his key note speech, once leader of rebel party, now firmly part of the establishment. But he’s still working for the people, he argued. At Scottish association for mental illness in Glasgow yesterday, he was listening to stories that he will refer to in his speech.
I had a terrible mental health issue a few years ago. Didn’t know ousting my life.
He believes people with mental health problems are treated like second-class patients. And he’ll therefore introduce the first ever waiting time standards for the illness along with a five-year plan and 120-million-pound budget for improve services.
We have to have a quality scheme in the NHS for mental health and physical health. But you can only do that if you have the same waiting time approach, the same waiting time guarantees offered to mental health patients as physical health patients. The deputy prime minister will argue that the mental health suffers like John are much more common than the society realizes. And John agrees that his condition is properly understood or prioritized.
If you got a broken leg, you can’t walk. If you got a mental problem, you can’t see it, so you ignored. So it’s actually getting the services to understand the issue initially.
And * pitch is that they see the problem that the other parties don’t see. But many people see them as a party of broken promises.
Can I ask what you think of Nick Clegg?
Nick Clegg? Do you really want to know?
Yeah, really.
I just thanks about him * kill Minister David Cameron.
No, I will never vote for them. And I think there isn’t just going to be ignored by any party there. * Nobody is going to vote for them.
They don’t care about us, Scotland. They just care about any threaten * David Cameron.
There’s anything that they can do to change your opinions.
No. It’s too late.
One liberal democratic adviser told me that there’s nothing Nick Clegg can say in his speech today that will change the way many people feel about his time in office. But what we will see is a leader determined not to make any more front-page manifest promises that he can’t keep.
Yesterday the party rejected the airport expansion in the southeast. And Mr. Clegg warned delegates against another tuition fees on disaster by setting a policy that they might be forced to back down on. To rebrand the liberal democrats, the priority is to regain trust.
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