June 19th, 2014

Hunt Won’t Like His Medicine

Sarah Wollaston has been on the Daily Politics telling viewers how about her lovely texts from Jeremy Hunt since becoming Health Select Committee chair last night. It might be all smiles now, but the Health Secretary isn’t likely to forget the time Wollaston described the government’s NHS reforms as “completely unrealistic” and “doomed to fail”. Or when she piled into ministers for cocking up redundancies in an article for the Telegraph. Or in the same piece when she directly criticised the Prime Minister and attempts to tackle NHS bureaucracy as “part of the problem”. Not to mention the time she said the government’s reforms were “a bit like someone had tossed a grenade” into Primary Care Trusts. This is going to be fun.


16 Comments

  1. 1
    Says says:

    Whilst I remember: Jane Hill.

    What a magnificent rack.

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  2. 3
    Jeremy Cunt says:

    She’s already given me a dose.

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  3. 6
    Esther McVey says:

    FAO: Iain, I’ll meet you in the Travel Lodge Heston at the usual time. I’ve got my stilettos. Can’t wait!

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  4. 8
    Anonymous says:

    She should get herself over to Ukip.

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  5. 12
    Ippikin says:

    They’re all the same. All mouth until they get a decent job; now we’ll drown in the silence!

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  6. 14

    The Peoples MD will have at the core of her approach the continued cushy life for members of the most Luddite, self-interested trade union the UK has ever known – the BMA. while this club of petty tyrants is allowed to dictate how to run the NHS for their benefit we will never have an NHS which puts patients before staff.

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