i dunno..i only speak from my experience.i was born in small quiet and rich town in Poland,and it was extremely safe
Can you be sure about everyone else there? About those out in the villages where nobody sees what happens.
in London,once i had to wait 3 weeks for GP appointment
I think I'd rather wait to see a highly trained NHS GP in a group practice than someone who's so popular as a doctor that nobody is waitng to see him. For myself, back in the UK I've never had to wait for more than a day or so to get a GP appointment and in any case, most large cities have a drop-in centre now.
and i worked 2 years in charity with homeless and pathological people.so i guess am biased negatively towards UK
I think you'd find that someone who'd gone in the other direction from the UK to Poland would say much the same about social care for the homeless and mentally ill here. During that especially bad winter we had a few years ago, 70 homeless people had frozen to death in Warsaw alone by early December. Yes, homeless people and the mentally ill can sometimes be very hard work, however somebody working with them, annoying though that can be, is essential to an integrated society.
crime against minors is MASSIVELY underreported in the UK.read children's commissioner sue berelowitz report.over 100k children rapes in the UK each year.only 5% are reported
This is a field I have a lot of experience with and you will doubtless be reassured that since the report you mention and as a result of very hard work by the police, social services and the CPS, the number of reports of crimes against children (whether genuine or false allegations) has increased
I wonder how many are reported in Poland where there are no large scale campaigns to report such crimes, and nor is there any significant compensation or benefit to do so, that and pressure from within families not to break that family up by making a report.