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Medtalk Not sick, not mentally disturbed, healthy
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Consequently, those immortal words uttered by David Cameron some 10 years ago that "we are all in this together" have turned out to be a sick joke as savage cuts to public services have impacted more on the less well-off, while income and corporation tax cuts have benefited the well-off more than the poor.
uniform can drain and ever more resources, for the well-off But the cost of uniform can be a genuine drain and stress on ever more hard-pressed resources, particularly for the least well-off among us.
(1990-2000) From "well off society with adequate food and clothing" to "the overall well-off society" iv)
Scots are the guinea pigs for minimum unit pricing, which is no more than a tax on the less well-off and shows again how out of touch our politicians are.
What's more, these salaries are to be increased in the shadow of further cuts to local services which will further affect the less well-off. These further cuts are already being attributed to future government policies.
Well-off to be held accountable: Sultanzoyi from Pajhwok Afghan News.
White, very well-off, male in his sixties succeeds white, very well-off, male in his sixties, who himself succeeded white, very welloff, male in his sixties.
In the current climate, it isn't too popular to spend much time consumed with the needs or problems of the well-off. The tone in many circles is divisive and dismissive, and perhaps with good reason.
The glaring inequality in the amount of time the well-off and the less well-off spend as healthy adults was identified earlier this year in Abertawe Bro Morgannwg University (ABMU) Health Board's annual report.
Gender equality charity the Fawcett Society said yesterday that the Government was expecting some of the least well-off to act as "shock absorbers" for the rest of society by taking the brunt of the cuts.