No. 10 Andrew Lansley bet! No doubt today anyway. Paul Waugh (@ paulwaugh) tweets
No.10 re spksman employment prospects Lansley: ".. No problem for Simon Hughes The Government fully supports the bill of health"
24:16: Need a quick summary to refute the NHS reforms? Roy Lilley, Special NHS commentator, he is the best here. We reproduce it for those who like to cut and save.
Nick Clegg, left the Department of Health. Despite his party's deputy leader, Simon Hughes, saying he should go, Andrew Lansley, Clegg told the BBC the Tory health secretary believes "passionately" in change and the man was "right to employment ". BBC
There is a lively debate on the story by highlighting the work by Professor Nick Black, who opposes the idea that NHS productivity - the amount of care provided by the money put into the health service - has been reduced each year. Andrew Lansley, secretary of health, using the figures show a decline of the ONS productivity to claim that the NHS needs reform. MEDIFIX said below the line
As a doctor who was sitting with a child who dies three days to help save a life, I think we should do everything we can to stop these doctors who support the change that is going to against our moral and ethical duty.
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Wycliffe Humphrey is shocked by the states of the BBC
I have written to complain to the program today by John Humphreys said this morning that the NHS was inefficient and much needed reform. My letter is unlikely to have much effect as I live in France so I am a license payer. But if today were to receive 20 or 30 cards for UK residents also complain of your silence in the mail about the article on Sunday and Guardian revelation, I'm sure you their attention. Just go to their website and an email blast.
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