No i didnt mean when the NHS started I mean now, how does the UK society decide what the doctors should be earning?
Incidentally, I am also going to dispute the statement about Singapore having a much lower standard of living*. Though I have not found any index that measures standard of living alone, the frequently quoted HDI has Singapore ranked above the UK by two places (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of...elopment_Index). Mercer's Quality of Living survey also places Singapore quite a bit higher than the highest placed city in the UK (http://www.mercer.com/press-releases...ng-report-2011).
* Being presently mobile, and still wondering where in the world I want to settle (if), I am quite interested in both objective and subjective evaluation of various countries. Even disregarding the index/survey above, and while I personally find Singapore too hot for me, but fail to see how the standard of living is really much lower than in the UK.
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