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Hospital Boss Tells Staff To Be Vigilant

Tuesday May 28 2013

Stephen Wragg Stephen Wragg

HOSPITAL staff have been told to report hate crimes against them amid concerns they could be targeted following the brutal murder of a soldier in London.

At a meeting hospital chairman Stephen Wragg said staff could be under threat.

The shocking incident in Woolwich on Wednesday, where a soldier was killed in the street, has sparked anti-Muslim protests across the country.

Mr Wragg said after speaking to police, there were concerns hate crime could escalate.

A trust spokesman said: "In light of the appalling events in Woolwich, we're underlining our zero tolerance approach to hate crimes of all kinds."

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Reply Posted by stevo on Tuesday May 28 2013 at 22:49
Why the hell would a hate crime ensue in BDGH?
Stephen Wragg is scaremongering on an unbelievable scale.
Contrary to popular belief Barnsley people have the utmost respect for ANY doctor and nurse irrespective of their colour, creed religion or such like.

Surely he is fanning the flames by HIS ridiculous comments?

ipso Regulated