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. Health and the Bill on social assistance, which is currently being debated in the Upper House. My colleague Paul Owen will continue the debate on the reform of the NHS Live blog today, which will also cover the health secretary to appear before the Select Health Committee this afternoon.
In our blog of Joe Public, doctors and Kailash Chand Bamrah MM JS urge to reject the bill, writes:
The most controversial part of the bill is the secretary of state's intentions to introduce private health care beyond the vision of any previous government. Since there is room for the foundation hopes to increase its revenue from private providers, but so far have been cautious because they still operate under the National Health Service Constitution. Remove barriers that means patients between assignments show more resources at the rate of the NHS, private patients will be given to NHS patients and the real threat is that the elderly, the vulnerable and those with mental health.And on his blog
Health Questions, Tony Blair, former health adviser Paul Corrigan predicted trouble ahead of the government if the project goes through:
Since the bill impacts on all aspects of social security, which means that from April next year all aspects of the NHS - and all the problems in it - will be caused by the new government legislation. This in turn means that for three years before the next election - three years the NHS has to go through the financial system more difficult than ever experienced -. All that will be the "fault" of the new law
The government can not think of right now, but if it were to look up one day little difficulty voting day, you can see that you are interested in the coming weeks that Bill is beaten and kidnapped.
is the only way to escape the belief that for the rest of this Parliament, all the problems in the NHS will be his fault.
Meanwhile, a group of 60 prominent doctors - supported actors Julie Christie and David Morrissey, comedian Russell Brand and fashion designer Vivienne Westwood Lady - has written to the independent demand an end to the reform. And a group of 15 charities and other organizations working with children and young people have issued a statement urging his colleagues to ensure that reforms lead to better health services for young people.
. An interesting message of the Third Sector editor Stephen Cook, the request is goodbye to the great society? He says the conservative buzz phrase heard above all the party conference: