Blame Tony Blair for the strain on NHS, not us pensioners
Thousands of British pensioners, myself included, are sick of hearing that we are living too long and putting a strain on the NHS.
We are the people who helped, with our hard work, that built the NHS in 1948 – with the belief we would be taken care of when we reached a certain age.
The blame should be laid at the door of Tony Blair. He opened the floodgates to immigrants without a thought for infrastructure, hospitals, housing and schools – not to mention the cost of language interpretation. Who pays for all that?