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Monday, November 16, 2009

UK Health and Safety Snoops to Enter Family Homes

Health and safety inspectors are to be given unprecedented access to family homes to ensure that parents are protecting their children from household accidents.

New guidance drawn up at the request of the Department of Health urges councils and other public sector bodies to “collect data” on properties where children are thought to be at “greatest risk of unintentional injury”.

About 100,000 children are admitted to hospital each year for home injuries at a cost of £146m.

And in the last line we see why this is happening. Government run healthcare does not want to pay.

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