Around two-thirds of the costs of the treatments are met via the CPAM – Caisse Primaire d’Assurance Maladie – for which we have what is known as a “Carte Vitale”. That is the part which the French Government claims from the UK to meet my costs. The remaining third is covered by taking out a mutual insurance policy – a “Mutuelle” – for which we pay €4 604,40 per annum (£3 935.38).
In a toxic world young people struggle. It is not their personal problems they are despairing about: it is the problem of humanity itself.
Nowadays a child in need of special help gets “statemented” for SEN. Claire’s brother spent his life incarcerated due to mental handicap
Why do people buy bottled water? What exactly are the health benefits of various types of water? What is wrong with tap water?
It’s not on the map. Kent does not seem to feature in tourism sites aiming to appeal to the differently-abled
The first Covid survivor I met left me in a shock. The horrible illness left lots of marks Peter will carry for the rest of his life.
Reform of the planning system to involve communities, e.g. the members of the Community Planning Alliance, asks Mark Brophy
The Planning Bill seeks to decrease the time that it takes for developments to go through the planning system delivering the homes we need
Planning system as it stands is not perfect. It is rightly slow because decisions about land use must involve communities.
We started to discover that, when the Spanish Health Service has recognised a problem, it follows it through to a final cure.