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Shantanu Panigrahi <email@example.com>
Mon, 26 Sept at 07:02
I do understand that the National Health Service is in dire straits right now, my wife is still waiting for her Orthopaedic appointment from a back injury, so we have to face up to the fact that the NHS is not what it was some years ago, probably due to the economic recession and lack of resources both human and financial. So I will wait for the day that my urological problem is taken care of.
As to how I feel generally, I am a truth-accommodator and as such will contact the Long Catlis Road Surgery to see what the latest developments are in the linked correspondence: Running Commentary on Legal Proceedings: 11.45 am (UK-Time) 25 September 2022 (knowledgeassessmentanddissemination.com)
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If I do not hear from the Administrative Court or the Medway Magistrates Court I will regard the matter closed on account of the deduction that I am regarded by the authorities as an incurable case of mental disorder with paranoid schizophrenia and persistent delusional disorder.
I still have not received a charge-sheet from the Crown Prosecution Service acting on behalf of Kent Police on the interrogation and arrest matter so until this is made clear to me, I will not be able formulate my defence against any offences that I am being suspected of.
Would that be a fair assessment, Jo?
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On Sunday, 25 September 2022 at 21:19:05 BST, firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com> wrote:
Thank you for clarifying the situation with your doctors.
It sounds frustrating to hear that your urology appointment has been cancelled again, how do you feel about facing this delay?
How are you feeling about your life at the moment?
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At 8.52 am, I dialled the GP Surgery and held for two and half minutes but no one picked up the telephone after the initial message.
At 9.00 am a text message came from the Sugery: ‘Hi, I’ve booked you in at 9.00 am Mon 10th October 22. Thank you’
This was about the physical health check and nothing else, but it is progress.