Politicians have drawn up drastic plans to reform Britain's National Health Service, after it was revealed that the majority of people in NHS hospitals are sick or dying.
MP Herbert Fluffer called it "shocking" and "a disgrace" that the NHS contained so many ill people. For most people, the NHS was now associated with disease and sickness. He also said it was supposed to be a service for everyone, but clearly it was only helping the sick.
The plans to reform the NHS will ban any sick people from using NHS facilities and will force healthy people to get operations instead. Doctors will be fired if they do not follow the new rules.
Nurses' unions have expressed concern, but are said to be happy that the plans will make their job easier. As one nurse said, "the sick are so demanding, it'll be nice to look after healthy people for a change."