24 February 2016
says the NHS is underfunded and you should do better.
says don’t be a petulant brat.
David Cameron is never more personally abusive of Jeremy Corbyn than when he is buoyed up by a mob of rowdy Tories at PMQs and has an uncomfortable question to answer.
Cameron's language today, in his workplace, would be worthy of suspension followed by an employment tribunal in any other workplace.
He should apologise publicly, and he should have been challenged by the speaker to do so.
Jeremy Corbyn's choice of suit and tie has no relevance to the future of the NHS.
Questions put to Cameron on the subject by Jeremy Corbyn and Cameron's mother remain unanswered.
The speaker is remiss. The NHS deserves better.
25 February 2016
Where’s the Dough Dave?
A Tory election promise is a Tory election promise that has to be kept; or otherwise they will lose face and fail to get re-elected.
The 7 day NHS promise made no economic sense when it was a mere pledge and is even less credible now they have control over the nation's purse.
There is no causal link between hospital survival rates and the Junior Doctor’s Contract, but there is certainly a causal link between the under-funding of the NHS and the consequential shortages of staff, and outcomes for patients.
Hunt and Cameron never fail to make the bogus and provocative correlation between hospital mortality rates and the Junior Doctor’s Contract in order to force the issue and make a spurious connection to justify a very silly election pledge.
Who would not want a fully funded 7 day NHS with enough staff to run it?
However this Government is not prepared to provide the funding. In fact it seems they are prepared to make the NHS worse in order to avoid losing face and suffer the inevitable subsequent political consequences.
David Cameron's response at PMQs when asked to explain his silly empty election pledge was to mention Jeremy Corbyn's wardrobe without being flattering.
Where’s the dough Dave?