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USA UK and Malta News
27/10/2007 - 23:55

EditoWeb NeWs: UK today 27 Oct. 2007

Nurses to decide if patients are revived; Tough restrictions will be kept for low-skilled workers from Europe; Sven-Goran Eriksson keeps on smiling as critics suddenly fall silent...

Nurses to decide if patients are revived:

Nurses are to be granted the power not to resuscitate people who stop breathing, under guidance published yesterday by medical leaders.
For the first time, senior nurses are being told that they can decide without a doctor if they think lifesaving techniques will not work.
It comes in guidance that also tells GPs or consultants not to try to save patients who have demanded the right to die.
Under changes to the law that came into effect this month, patients can make legally binding “living wills” asking to be left alone if their heart stops or they stop breathing – a cardiac or cardio-respiratory arrest.

Tough restrictions will be kept for low-skilled workers from Europe:

The Government is to keep the tight restrictions on the number of low-skilled workers from Romania and Bulgaria that it will allow into Britain, despite pressure from employers.
Liam Byrne, the Immigration Minister, is about to dash the hopes of the Bulgarian and Romanian governments that Britain’s labour market will be opened fully to their citizens.
The Home Office has conducted a review of the policy imposed when the two states joined the EU in January and has come down firmly in favour of maintaining restrictions.
An announcement of the continued ban is imminent and could be made within the next few days.

Sven-Goran Eriksson keeps on smiling as critics suddenly fall silent:

Come on, admit it. You know you want to. All of you who slated, hated and baited him; who ridiculed his team selections and castigated his leadership; who scoffed at his meekness and condemned him as football’s answer to Iain Duncan Smith. All of you who had your pens and knives sharpened after his appointment at Manchester City and who mindlessly perpetuated the myth that he had signed a shipload of foreigners without even bothering to watch them play.

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