CONsultant's healthy profit

The Cancer revealed yesterday that Frenchay and Southmead Hospitals, both part of the cash-strapped North Bristol NHS Trust (NBHT), are spending just 50p per person on their less-than-appetising hospital meals.

This news comes just as the hospital trust has been forced to reveal they handed over £183,000 in fees to corporate accountants Ernst & Young for “consultancy services” last year. This is despite the fact the trust already employs a small army of very well-paid accountants and auditors anyway.

No doubt all these accountants can afford a little more than 50p to spend on their evening meals.

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1 Response to CONsultant's healthy profit

  1. Well said!! They have a good deal in common with Bristol City Council then.

    50p per person is, no doubt like the food, disgusting!

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