By Jill Foster for the Daily Mail. For the year-old would-be glamour model has been busy deflecting the salvos fired at her from some very disgruntled taxpayers. Especially as she is hoping that the NHS will, once again, carry out the procedure. Critics argue that the NHS money used to increase her breast size should have been spent on far more deserving cases. Indeed, it was revealed that just a few miles away from her home in Leeds, two-year-old cerebral palsy sufferer Oliver Dockerty had been turned down for funding for an operation which could allow him to walk. Angry members of the public have even created an online petition demanding that Josie pay the money that was spent on her surgery back to the state.
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News Corp is a network of leading companies in the worlds of diversified media, news, education, and information services. She is also being given NHS sessions to combat her stress — which she claims got worse after she was granted the boob job. Josie told her GP her eldest son, six, was not going to school and her youngest, aged three, was missing nursery because she could not face travelling by public transport. Her doctor submitted a summary of her health concerns to cash-strapped Leeds City Council, which accepted her application for free taxi rides on the back of it. Since May, Josie and her two kids have been picked up from their home and driven the two-and-a-half miles to primary school. Josie then drops her eldest off at the gates before being driven back home. The journey is repeated later in the day when school finishes. Taxpayers have also funded free Botox and dental care for Josie, who also tried for a nose job. Neighbours on her estate yesterday vented their fury while Josie spent the day with her kids at Legoland in Windsor, Berks. I drive my kids to school.
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By Chris Brooke for the Daily Mail. She provoked outrage when she had her breasts enlarged on the NHS because her flat chest upset her. The year-old claims she is so hated following publicity about her breast operation that she cannot use public transport to take her two young children to and from school. She told her GP that the stress was giving her anxiety attacks and that her children, aged six and three, were missing school and nursery as a result. Leeds City Council has reportedly now accepted an application for free school taxi trips on health grounds. They can pay for it. Before and after: Her breast enlargement operation came after she was recommended for funding by her GP. Her operation was carried out by the same NHS trust that had refused to fund surgery that would have enabled a two-year-old girl with a form of cerebral palsy to walk. Then she tried to placate public opinion by promising to pay back the cash. Since last month, Miss Cunningham and her children have been driven two-and-a-half miles to and from the local school, twice a day.
The wannabe glamour model, 23, sparked outrage when she had a 36DD boob job on the NHS in March - but now she says they are too big. But just six months later, the mum-of-two claims the implants are too big and wants them made smaller — at the cost of the taxpayer. Josie, from Leeds, begged the NHS for the operation because she was being bullied for being flat-chested. But she now claims her new boobs are making her feel self-conscious and are stopping her finding modelling work. Shameless Josie now believes the NHS should cover the cost of going under the knife again after making her top-heavy to begin with.