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TL;DR: the numbers I've completely made up prove my point.
Hi - yes, very well thanks. Nice to see some of the old(-ish) names still holding fort!
Way bigger than that in fleet size. Ambulances are only one part - you need many, many different vehicles to deliver an effective service.
Hello. I don't often post here for many reasons, but I thought I would on this one.
This isn't true. It compares two, incomparable models of...
I would agree, however the health service has nowhere near the same protection that the railway industry has. I did 48 hours of night shifts last...
I believe the evidence indicates that there are now more survivors with life changing disability than deaths from jumping in front of tube trains.
I would vote for the 787 for long haul travel. BA club world is amazing.
What comparison? I'd be happy to explain it to you.
They were safe in the 70s. Fire regs have changed since then but buildings like this survived with grandfather rights. That doesn't mean they are...
No it isn't.
17 people have been confirmed to have died. There will be more however the figures won't be released until the bodies are found, so if you could...
The differences in the toxidrome between chlorine and sarin are fairly wide.
Yes, they do. A lot and rather abusively in my experience.
So should posts on internet forums.
Agreed with the quote. I drive in London a lot, and the standard of cycling is appalling.
Yet we're forever being told that there are too many admin staff. That would explain why I end up doing admin in my own (unpaid) time then.
Just this weekend I've been part of teams delivering high quality critical care to very seriously ill and injured people. They received probably...
Rubbish, I earn about £30k/year as a graduate, and I rent a house in outer London with friends, with bills, food, and rent only coming to 30-40%...
Because it makes sense in a closed system with a relatively small pool of employees all trained to a standard competence level in similar vehicles...