Hospitals 'Infested With Vermin'
Figures released under the Freedom of Information Act show that the cleanliness of most NHS hospitals in England is threatened by frequent invasions of vermin. Figures released by the Conservatives show that 70% of NHS Trusts brought in the pest controllers at least 50 times over a two-year period.
Vermin were found in wards, clinics and even operating theatres. A patients' group said the situation was revolting.
"If these hospitals were restaurants they would be closed down and out of business" - The Patients Association.
These creatures infiltrate hospitals, bothering patients and preventing proper working practice and despite the best efforts of voters to eradicate them they seem to keep on coming back.
Nurse Jessy Wellock said "Yeah, we had that David Milliband in here last week, shaking hands and tripping over the catheter tubes, he even helped himself to a free coffee from the nurses pot, it's a disgrace, here I am struggling to pay my gas bill and mortgage and he'll be spending my tax money on a new suite from John Lewis's later on."