A Social Disease
Never let it be said that the Government has no use for the National Health Service. Just like landlords, teachers and your friendly neighbourhood curtain-twitcher, the NHS has at last been permitted to find its true métier as an instrument of wog detection. Some obscure bits and pieces of the Health and Social Care Act, which seem to have bothered the liberty-loving Liberal Democrats not at all when they waved it through Parliament, allow the Government to demand and receive the address, date of birth and GP details of anyone whose medical confidentiality it deems against the public interest. One anticipated side benefit of such biological policing is that unauthorised wogs will be deterred from seeking medical attention in the first place, thereby transforming themselves (and, in the case of infectious diseases, any native shirkers among whom they lurk) into a self-solving problem.