With the announcement of a Parliamentary committee's review of homeopathy (decision: homeopathy doesn't work any better than a placebo), we are now moving towards the possibility that the NHS will stop spending £4 million a year on useless treatments (perhaps they might spend it on cleaners/nurses/doctors?).
This is good news, very good news. Now we need the NHS to consider it's funding of chaplains in hospitals who, personally, I think should be funded by churches if they wish to preach in our public buildings.
Soon the NHS might keep it's nose out of faith issues, alternative therapies and start concentrating on actually treating the sick.
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