A prob­lem that must be ad­dressed

Harefield Gazette - - OPIN­ION - LES GILLOT Wood End, Green Rd CLLR JANET GARD­NER Botwell Ward Coun­cil­lor JEN­NIFER FORD 6742 Pageantry Street, Long Beach, CA 90808, USA Email: je­nee111@ver­i­zon.net

MI­GRA­TION is a grow­ing prob­lem, a con­fus­ing prob­lem, a moral prob­lem, an eco­nomic prob­lem, a racial prob­lem, a po­lit­i­cal prob­lem, a war prob­lem, of mass de­struc­tion of home­lands, a refugee prob­lem.

It is a prob­lem that the me­dia can and should play, with the im­mense power it holds, to give an hon­est and in­for­ma­tive ap­proach to help­ing our fel­low hu­man be­ings.

They bleed like us, they cry like us, they laugh like us.

With re­spect to the Syr­ian refugees. Since we said their leader must go, be­cause he treats his peo­ple so badly, why are we so re­luc­tant to of­fer them sanc­tu­ary from this evil man? down to A&E and see how they are do­ing. The Ur­gent Care win­dow is okay if you like the next pa­tient in line breath­ing down your neck and lis­ten­ing to what’s wrong with you, and a nurse cran­ing over the counter to take your temp.

How­ever the treat­ment I re­ceived was fan­tas­tic, even down to a mem­ber of the sur­gi­cal team ring­ing me a week later to see how I was and to check I had booked ap­point­ments.

I just think that its time that the man­agers took time away from pa­per shuf­fling on their of­fice desks to see what its like on the front line, maybe then they will do some­thing to lessen the staff work­load. Uxbridge, but solic­i­tor’s pa­per doc­u­ments have since been de­stroyed. I won­dered if any of your read­ers know of an el­der woman named Rose­mary Shean, or a child of her’s.

I would like to piece to­gether this part of my fam­ily tree,

I am think­ing that Rose­mary’s mother must be another un­known aunt of mine. Many thanks in an­tic­i­pa­tion.

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