A sweet shop in Newcastle when rationing
came to an end A Ministry of Food ration book
"They believe that, in our current difficult situation, rationing
goods is not only irrational, but more open [competition] is necessary," Jahangiri said.
Dr Mark Porter, chairman of the BMA, said rationing
of vital health care "not only causes delay and distress to patients, but can ends up costing the NHS more money in the long run."
Several restaurants in the city coped with the rationing
by using disposable plates and cutlery.
The phenomenon of implicit rationing
among nurses has only recently appeared in the literature.
Calasara clarified that not all service areas will be affected by water rationing
. He said some parts of Jaro district will experience on-and-off low water pressure.
preauthorization for certain procedures are all forms of rationing
But there's plenty of anecdotal evidence of care rationing
(see "What nurses are saying" ...
Right: Children invade a sweet shop after rationing
ends in 1949
By far the biggest misconception regarding rationing
is that it is always hated.
"It's a great tragedy that the food standards in the UK are worse now than they were during the rationing
during the war.
"This has created a disorganized, illogical, and powerful form of rationing
," she says.