Following the success of the sponsorship deals that saw McDonald's open their largest restaurant in the Olympic village, Health Secretary Andrew Lansley announced that the fast food giant had agreed to enter a 5 year deal to supply patient food to all NHS hospitals in the UK. 'It's a move that will be popular with patients, staff and relatives' said Lansley. 'We now know that top athletes snack on McDonald's tasty and nutritious fare which now includes salads, so why isn't that good enough for the sick and terminally ill?' The deal thought to be worth £500 million is the first in a series of NHS tie-ups with corporate sponsors with Proctor and Gamble next in line. Lansley hinted 'Lets face it the smell of Febreze is a whole lot better than stale urine'
McDonald's to 'sponsor NHS' says Lansley
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I like this idea, think they should do more than just open a restaurant though, they should re-name procedures. McHeart surgery etc
Perhaps a Fillet o' Flesh be incorporated into this? :)
I like the idea a lot.
hmmm, might put me off buying McNuggets though.
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