If you thought Theresa May had a bad time today at #PMQs after being asked about the NHS crisis, that doesn’t compare to government minister Damian Green.
The Health Secretary was asked today about his comments on NHS waiting lists, yet he tried his best to run away.
In a week when even right-wing tabloids accepted there was a crisis at the NHS, the Health Secretary is furiously denying anything of the sort.
As this horrendous year comes to an end, another realisation seems to be dawning on BBC editors: all those warnings about the NHS may have been right all along.
When Capita received the contract to be sole provider of NHS Support Services last year they said they aimed to ‘improve the quality, reliability and sustainability of administration support services’.
The former GP and now Tory MP Sarah Wollaston dropped a bombshell on the EU Referendum debate today by switching from Leave to remaining within the EU. She told Radio 4’s Today programme this morning she did it because of her concerns over the NHS and the “shameful lies” the Leave campaign were peddling.
Vote Leave campaigners aren’t quite telling the truth about the supposed lack of checks on EU doctors’ English skills.
Rejoice! Health secretary Jeremy Hunt told Radio 4’s Today programme this morning that this was “likely to be [his] last big job in politics”.
Doctors are being told that Saturdays are part of the normal working week so the Government can avoid paying them extra to do so. So why can’t MPs also do the same for the same money?
The ‘mass privatisation’ of NHS cancer services in Staffordshire has been suspended after worries it would be financially unsustainable.