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Friday, August 28, 2009
  Swine Flu weekly report
Introduction
This week’s report from NHS West Midlands shows that the rate of new cases of swine flu continues to slow across the region. Information provided indicates current impact on the local services.
Key Messages
Patients presenting at primary care centres with influenza-like symptoms has decreased within the health economy over the last week. The number of people with swine flu admitted to hospitals in West Midlands has also fallen this week.
Activity /Rates – GPs
This shows the number of patients attending primary care with influenza-like illness, taken from the latest Health Protection Agency QSurveillance data. This data indicates a significant decrease for the week ending 23 August 2009, across England, West Midlands and within Birmingham East and North.

The reported rate of GP consultations per 100,000 population within the West Midlands for the week was 20.3 (compared with 31.2 for the previous week).

West Midlands average 20.3 (per 100,000)
England and Wales rates 19.0 (per 100,000)
NHS Birmingham East and North 26.9 (per 100,000)

Number of Hospital Admissions
The total number of new admissions with swine flu admitted to hospitals in the West Midlands for the period 20 August to 26 August 2009 is 45. As of 26 August, there were 22 people in hospital.

Number of Swine Flu Related Deaths
There has been one further swine flu-related death reported in the West Midlands region. The total number of deaths is now nine.

Update on Anti-Viral Collection Points (ACPs)
Total number of Antiviral Collection Points planned for the Local Health Economy: 10
Currently open: 1 (Stechford)

The PCT currently has one ACP open which is in line with the current level of need. Plans are in place to open more collection points to meet any increase in demand.

Total number of assessments via the National Flu Pandemic Service (West Midlands): 101,067
Total number of antivirals collected (West Midlands): 47,712
Vaccination Programme

The swine flu vaccination programme commences in the autumn and will initially focus on vaccinating people from priority groups across England including:

1.People aged over six months and under 65 years in current seasonal flu vaccine clinical at-risk groups (about 5 million people).
2.All pregnant women, subject to licensing conditions on trimesters (about 0.5 million people).
3.Household contacts of people with compromised immune systems e.g. people in regular close contact with patients on treatment for cancer (about 0.5 million people).
4.People aged 65 and over in the current seasonal flu vaccine clinical at-risk groups (about 3.5 million people). This does not include otherwise healthy over 65s, since they appear to have some natural immunity to the virus.

Vaccination of frontline health and social care workers (approximately 2 million people) will begin at the same time as the first at-risk group, and will continue for as long as necessary.

Public Health Message
A new National Pandemic Flu Service has been launched to ensure that people with flu or flu-like symptoms are able to get advice and help. The new service is made up of a dedicated website and call centres which provide people with a quick way to check their symptoms and get access to antiviral drugs. For most people, swine flu is not a serious illness and they should start to feel better after a few days without needing to go to their GP or A&E.
 
  Election Results 27th August 2009
Harrogate BC, Starbeck
LD Janet Law 886 (63.4; -8.8)
Con 252 (18.0; +5.0)
Ind 178 (12.7; +12.7)
Lab 82 (5.9; +0.8)
[BNP (0.0; -9.7)]
Majority 634
Turnout 31.81%
LD hold
Percentage change is since May 2007

Buckhurst Hill PC, Buckhurst Hill East
Gavin Chambers (LD) - 614 (62.5)
Marshall Vance (Con) - 312 (31.8%)
Tom Richardson (BNP) - 56 (5.7%)
Majority 302
Turnout 28.1%
Lib Dem hold.

Party defending seat: LD. Cause: Death.

Falmouth TC, Boslowick
Con 469 (47.8)
LD Roger Bonney 358 (36.5)
MK 84 (8.6)
Lab 71 (7.2)
Majority 111
Turnout 22.44%
Con gain from Ind

Party defending seat: Ind. Cause: Resignation
 
Friday, August 21, 2009
  Jeremy Knight Adams and the re-development of The Swan

In our last newsletter, we referred to “a few small plots have been purchased by people with the intention of delaying the Tesco development” at the Swan Centre Yardley and that “we are appalled by these ‘spoiling’ tactics”. That may have been thought to refer to Mr Jeremy Knight-Adams who is a property developer and has had involvement in a number of major retail developments in the Midlands. He has owned two plots of land within the area for more than 20 years and which are the subject of the Compulsory Purchase Order (CPO) that has been promoted by Birmingham City Council to facilitate a proposed development of the Swan Centre by Tesco Stores Limited. We wish to make it clear that we did not suggest in that leaflet that Mr Knight-Adams has engaged in or is engaging in “‘spoiling’ tactics”.

He has explained to us that he objects to the CPO and has employed a team of lawyers and consultants to pursue that objection at the recent Public Inquiry into the CPO and that his objections were motivated by his conviction that the Tesco proposal is entirely unsuitable for Yardley and that the correct solution would be a scheme of the kind explained on his behalf in evidence at the Public Inquiry. Anybody wishing to know the details of that scheme should visit www.srdarchitects.com and a link will be provided to the Swan Yardley project on the home page. We apologise unreservedly for any misunderstanding caused by our leaflet. --

 
  Election Results 20th August 2009
Forest of Dean DC, Mitcheldean and Drybrook
LD Sue Henchley 638 (55.1; +36.2)
Ind 239 (20.6; -18.2)
Con 195 (16.8; -5.8)
Lab 86 (7.4; -12.1)
Majority 399
Turnout 32.4%
LD gain from Ind
Percentage change is since May 2007

Blackpool UA, Stanley
Con 648 (32.8; -28.2)
Lab 602 (30.5; +4.6)
LD Michael Hodkinson 332 (16.8; +3.6)
UKIP 203 (10.3; +10.3)
BNP 192 (9.7; +9.7)
Majority 46
Turnout 36.4%
Con hold
Percentage change is since May 2007

West Lindsey DC, Saxilby
Con 722 (60.6; +22.4)
LD Dean John Woolley 407 (34.2; -27.6)
UKIP 62 (5.2; +5.2)
Majority 315
Turnout 28.3%
Con gain from LD
Percentage change is since May 2008

Ashfield DC, Hucknall Central
LD Kevin Moore 463 (32.3; +18.8)
Lab 392 (27.3; +6.8)
Con 320 (22.3; -7.7)
UKIP 181 (12.6; +12.6)
Ind 79 (5.5; -30.5)
Majority 71
Turnout 26.16%
LD gain from Ind
Percentage change is since May 2007
 
  Swine Flu weekly report
This week’s report from NHS West Midlands shows that the rate of new cases of swine flu continues to slow across the region. Information provided indicates current impact on the local services.
Key Messages
Patients presenting at primary care centres with influenza-like symptoms has decreased within the health economy over the last week. The number of people with swine flu admitted to hospitals in the West Midlands has fallen this week.
Activity /Rates – GPs
This shows the number of patients attending primary care with influenza-like illness, taken from the latest Health Protection Agency QSurveillance data. This data indicates a significant decrease for the week ending 16 August 2009, across England, West Midlands and within Birmingham East and North.

The reported rate of GP consultations per 100,000 population within the West Midlands for the week was 31.2 (compared with 45 for the previous week).

West Midlands average 31.2 (per 100,000)
England and Wales rates 30.4 (per 100,000)
NHS Birmingham East and North 43.2 (per 100,000)

Number of Hospital Admissions
The total number of new admissions with swine flu admitted to hospitals in the West Midlands for the period 13 August to 19 August 2009 is 61. As of 19 August, there were 24 people in hospital.

Number of Swine Flu Related Deaths
There have been no swine flu-related deaths reported for the week 13 August to 19 August 2009 within the West Midlands. The total number of deaths for the region remains at eight.

Update on Anti-Viral Collection Points (ACPs)
Total number of Antiviral Collection Points planned for the Local Health Economy: 10
Currently open: 1 (Stechford)

The PCT currently has one ACP open which is in line with the current level of need. Plans are in place to open more collection points to meet any increase in demand.

Total number of assessments via the National Flu Pandemic Service (West Midlands): 95,375
Total number of antivirals collected (West Midlands): 44,815
Vaccination Programme

The swine flu vaccination programme commences in the autumn and will initially focus on vaccinating people from priority groups across England including:

1.People aged over six months and under 65 years in current seasonal flu vaccine clinical at-risk groups (about 5 million people).
2.All pregnant women, subject to licensing conditions on trimesters (about 0.5 million people).
3.Household contacts of people with compromised immune systems e.g. people in regular close contact with patients on treatment for cancer (about 0.5 million people).
4.People aged 65 and over in the current seasonal flu vaccine clinical at-risk groups (about 3.5 million people). This does not include otherwise healthy over 65s, since they appear to have some natural immunity to the virus.

Vaccination of frontline health and social care workers (approximately 2 million people) will begin at the same time as the first at-risk group, and will continue for as long as necessary.

Public Health Message
A new National Pandemic Flu Service has been launched to ensure that people with flu or flu-like symptoms are able to get advice and help. The new service is made up of a dedicated website and call centres which provide people with a quick way to check their symptoms and get access to antiviral drugs. For most people, swine flu is not a serious illness and they should start to feel better after a few days without needing to go to their GP or A&E.
 
Thursday, August 20, 2009
  John O Shea on Daniel Hannan
Although John O Shea is often "inaccurate and badly informed", his post on Daniel Hannnan and the NHS is worth a link.

In particular he highlights a Guardian Article about the NHS.

The practise of people not having to worry when they are ill is something that has to be protected.

There are problems with the obssession with targets which result in a system where often management priorities result in patients not being treated that well. However, they do not have to worry that for example the medicare budget is getting depleted or they don't have insurance.

I met up with the Yardley Carers group this week and they did explain how difficult it is particularly caring for someone in the last days of life and that the system often creates additional trauma by pressurising them inappropriately. For example one person had her husband discharged to a hospice. After two weeks they said because he hadn't died he had to go somewhere else. This really should not be necessary and we should look more carefully at these issues.

However, underlying this the question as to whether funds were available for medical care was not an issue - although that of social care was.

I wonder sometimes whether our assessment/service model devised by the treasury is the best bet. It strikes me sometimes that the provision of a resource to a group whereby the allocation of the resource (eg respite care) is split between the group in some less formal manner would result in a better situation.

There does need to be some form of budgetary control. That is very difficult to handle sensitively in the treasury model. However, whichever approach is used we are better off having the universal health care model than the USA model.
 
Wednesday, August 19, 2009
  Angela Wileman's interview on an English Speaking Spanish Radio Station (Talk Radio Europe Maurice Boland)

 
Tuesday, August 18, 2009
  Hemming beats Clegg in Election
It probably surprised Nick Clegg more than me, but in "Total politics" Top 30 of MP Blogs. I have been pleasantly surprised to find myself at No 15.

Nick Clegg is at no 18. I thank those people who voted for my blog.

Willie Rennie (11) and Lynne Featherstone (8), however managed a higher position.

Congratulations to Willie and Lynne.
 
Monday, August 17, 2009
  Angela Wileman in the Sunday Times in Ireland
The link is to Angela's story in the Sunday Times.
 
Saturday, August 15, 2009
  The Economist sees the Light
Exponential increases in the use of resources are impossible in the really long term. Even straight line increases come to a limit.

The link is to the Economist article of 6th August which spots the fact that the energy figures don't reconcile.
 
  Angela Wileman and sons win Hague Convention Case in Ireland
The link is to today's Daily Mail story about Angela Wileman.

The question for "the system" to answer is how has the state intervention benefited anyone either the children or the adults.

As far as I can see the state intervention in this case has been entirely damaging and the activities of the courts have been moreso to protect the interests of the system rather than protect the children.

Imaging removing a 7 year old from his mother in Ireland to put him in foster care in Devon to get him adopted.

On what basis is that justifiable?

Remember that the child is going to school and happy in his family who have been visited by the local health authority.
 
Friday, August 14, 2009
  Daniel Hannan - his eyes have swiveled for some time.
The link is to a story in The Spectator where he said.

Consider Iceland, a volcanic lump at the uttermost edge of Europe, straddling the tectonic line that separates our continental plate from America’s. Iceland has few natural advantages: it is cold, treeless and, for much of the year, sunless. It has a population of 285,000 — roughly that of Croydon. Yet this sparse, chilly speck of tundra has just overtaken Norway to become the wealthiest place in Europe. Faced with a small home market, Icelandic entrepreneurs have expanded into neighbouring countries. In Britain alone they have bought, among other things, Hamleys, Somerfield, Oasis and Karen Millen. Icelanders now enjoy the highest life expectancy in the world. And — here’s the thing — they have achieved all this while remaining outside the EU.
 
  Election Results 13th August 2009
Torridge DC, Holsworthy date: 13/08/2009
Ind 537 (53.3; +18.7)
LD Vicky Shearman 471 (46.7; +2.8)
[Con (0.0; -21.5)]
Majority 66
Turnout 31.8%
Ind gain from LD
Percentage change is since May 2007

Kings Lynn and West Norfolk BC, Gaywood Chase date: 13/08/2009
Con 202 (28.7; -17.4)
Lab 194 (27.5; -10.2)
LD Ian Swinton 167 (23.7; +23.7)
BNP 90 (12.8; +12.8)
Green 52 (7.4; +7.4)
Majority 8
Turnout 18%
Con hold
Percentage change is since May 2007

Scarborough BC, Hertford date: 13/08/2009
Green 894 (66.5; +41.7)
Con 356 (26.5; -9.3)
Ind 94 (7.0; +7.0)
[BNP (0.0; -10.4)]
[LD (0.0; -28.9)]
Majority 538
Turnout 32.7%
Green gain from Con
Percentage change is since May 2007

Scarborough BC, Streonshalh date: 13/08/2009
Ind 246 / 48 (54.1; +20.9)
LD Graham Mark Peirson 95 (17.5; -29.6)
Con 80 (14.7; -4.9)
Lab 74 13.6; +13.6)
Majority 151
Turnout 14.8%
Ind gain from LD
Percentage change is since May 2007

Bridgend TC, Morfa date: 13/08/2009
Labour 187
Ann-Marie Vaughan Liberal Democrat 179
Tories 150
Independent 121
Majority 8
Turnout 19.1%

Labour gain from Liberal Democrat
 
  Swine Flu weekly report
This week’s report from NHS West Midlands shows that cases of swine flu continue to spread across the region. It provides information on the spread of swine flu and its impact on the local services.

Key Messages
Patients presenting at primary care centres with influenza-like symptoms has decreased within the health economy over the last week.

Activity /Rates – GPs
This shows the number of patients attending primary care with influenza-like illness, taken from the latest Health Protection Agency QSurveillance data. This data indicates a significant decrease for the week ending 9 August 2009, across England, West Midlands and within Birmingham East and North.

The reported rate of GP consultations per 100,000 population within the West Midlands for the week was 45 (compared with 73.3 for the previous week).

West Midlands average 45.0 (per 100,000)
England and Wales rates 48.0 (per 100,000)
NHS Birmingham East and North 49.0 (per 100,000)

Number of Hospital Admissions
The total number of new admissions with swine flu admitted to hospitals in the West Midlands for the period 6 August to 12 August 2009 is 83. As at 12 August, there were 40 people in hospital.

Number of Swine Flu Related Deaths
There has been one swine flu-related death reported for the week 6 August to 12 August 2009 within the West Midlands. The total number of deaths for the region is eight.

Update on Anti-Viral Collection Points (ACPs)
Total number of Antiviral Collection Points planned for the Local Health Economy: 10
Currently open: 1 (Stechford)

The PCT currently has one ACP open which is in line with the current level of need. Plans are in place to open more collection points to meet any increase in demand.

Total number of assessments via the National Flu Pandemic Service (West Midlands): 86,612
Total number of antivirals collected (West Midlands): 40,414

Vaccination Programme

The swine flu vaccination programme commences in the autumn and will initially focus on vaccinating people from priority groups across England including:

1.People aged over six months and under 65 years in current seasonal flu vaccine clinical at-risk groups (about 5 million people).
2.All pregnant women, subject to licensing conditions on trimesters (about 0.5 million people).
3.Household contacts of people with compromised immune systems e.g. people in regular close contact with patients on treatment for cancer (about 0.5 million people).
4.People aged 65 and over in the current seasonal flu vaccine clinical at-risk groups (about 3.5 million people). This does not include otherwise healthy over 65s, since they appear to have some natural immunity to the virus.

Vaccination of frontline health and social care workers (approximately 2 million people) will begin at the same time as the first at-risk group, and will continue for as long as necessary.

Public Health Message
A new National Pandemic Flu Service has been launched to ensure that people with flu or flu-like symptoms are able to get advice and help. The new service is made up of a dedicated website and call centres which provide people with a quick way to check their symptoms and get access to antiviral drugs. For most people, swine flu is not a serious illness and they should start to feel better after a few days without needing to go to their GP or A&E.
 
Tuesday, August 11, 2009
  Jeremy Knight Adams
When parliament returns I intend doing a speech about Jeremy Knight Adams and how he has acted in a way which has caused delays in the development at The Swan in Yardley. I would be interested in having any other information about his involvement in other developments as it will assist in looking at the law on Compulsory Purchase and what changes may be needed.

If anyone has any useful information could they either email it to me or send it to me at the House of Commons.
 
Monday, August 10, 2009
  Tamiflu Swine Flu
I have linked to another NHS Blog Doc report on Tamiflu and whether it is advisable to take it for Swine Flu.

Snopes confirms that Tamiflu is a major financial interest of Donald Rumsfled.
 
Friday, August 07, 2009
  BEN Swine Flu Report
Introduction
This week’s report from NHS West Midlands shows that cases of swine flu continue to spread across the region. It provides information on the spread of swine flu and its impact on the local services.

Key Messages
Patients presenting at primary care centres with influenza-like symptoms has decreased within the health economy over the last week.

Activity /Rates – GPs
This shows the number of patients attending primary care with influenza-like illness, taken from the latest Health Protection Agency QSurveillance data. QSurveillance data indicates a significant decrease for the week ending 2 August 2009, across England, West Midlands and within Birmingham East and North.

The reported rate of GP consultations per 100,000 population within the West Midlands for the week was 73.3 (compared with 200.1 for the previous week).

West Midlands average 73.3 (per 100,000)
England and Wales rates 71.3 (per 100,000)
NHS Birmingham East and North 70.0 (per 100,000)

Number of Hospital Admissions
The total number of new admissions with swine flu admitted to hospitals in the West Midlands for the period 30 July to 05 August 2009 is 85. As at 05 August, there were 46 people in hospital.

Number of Swine Flu Related Deaths
There has been one swine flu-related death reported for the week 30 July to 05 August 2009 within the West Midlands. The total number of deaths for the region is seven.

Update on Anti-Viral Collection Points (ACPs)
Total number of Antiviral Collection Points planned for the Local Health Economy: 10
Currently open: 1 (Stechford)

The PCT currently has one ACP open which is in line with the current level of need. Plans are in place to open more collection points to meet any increase in demand.

Total number of assessments via the National Flu Pandemic Service (West Midlands): 71,315
Total number of antivirals collected (West Midlands): 32,472

Public Health Message
A new National Pandemic Flu Service has been launched to ensure that people with flu or flu-like symptoms are able to get advice and help. The new service is made up of a dedicated website and call centres which provide people with a quick way to check their symptoms and get access to antiviral drugs. For most people, swine flu is not a serious illness and they should start to feel better after a few days without needing to go to their GP or A&E.
 
  Election Results 6th August 2009
Didcot TC, Northbourne date: 06/08/2009
David Rouane (Lib Dem) 152 (42.1%)
Labour 124 (34.3%)
Conservative 85 (23.5%)
Lib Dem majority 28
Turnout 12%
Lib Dem gain from Labour

Labour councillor resigned.

Top candidate for each party in this ward in 2007 got:

Con 451 (39.8%)
Lab 444 (39.2%)
Ind 237 (20.9%)

Giving changes of:

Lib Dem +42.1%
Con -16.3%
Lab -4.9%
(Ind -20.9%)

Little Gaddesden PC date: 06/08/2009
LD Rob Irving 102
Philip Melville 97

Turnout 23%
(postal votes turnout was in the 40%s)
 
Thursday, August 06, 2009
  Government nonsense on Energy
The link is to the publication of the Wicks Report.

I need to spend some time looking at it to work out where it is wrong. On the information I am aware of, however, we face a number of energy crunches on supply over the next decade. It will be an interesting task to reconcile this report with reality.
 
Wednesday, August 05, 2009
  Fotos 27/07 Email Virus (hotmail)
This morning I received odd emails from two of my team with the heading Fotos 27/07. This was because they had both got a virus which has spread very quickly. That is because instead of having failed photos it links to an odd website.

I, therefore, went into the office to clean up the computers. There is some information around on the net about this, but it was not clear exactly what is going on so I have written this note.

To clean the computer.

1. Look for a directory c:\winnt_

2. In this directory you should find a number of files including id and various exe files eg winnt1.exe winnt2.exe etc.

3. Start task manager. Look at the processes. Cancel all of the processes whose names exist in the winnt_ directory. (there won't be one for id)

4. Delete all the files in winnt_

5. Remove the directory.

At that point as far as I can tell the virus has been removed. There will, however, be some registry entries that need cleaning up.

On the web there is a recommendation to download and run ccleaner version v2.21.940 or later. I have done this on one machine, but not the other. Both seem OK. I would be careful about ccleaner as it may install the Yahoo toolbar by default. Nothing wrong with Yahoo, but you may not want that.
 
Saturday, August 01, 2009
  Possibly a good Court of Appeal Judgment
The link is to a story about a court of appeal judgment that moves away from treating smacking as child abuse. That sounds good to me, but I would like to read the judgment before saying much more.
 

Click Here for access to higher resolution versions of the photos The license for use allows use of the photos by media as long as they are attributed.

better brent chart

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