NHS catering: the dismal reality

You are a middle-aged man coming round from a minor but painful op in a sensitive area. What would you like to eat? Chicken soup, an egg and cress sandwich, jacket potato and chocolate mousse? That was supper one December evening for Roy Whitfield at Princess Margaret Hospital in Swindon. ...

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