The decision to inflict major change on an exhausted NHS, in the midst of a global pandemic, suggests that the government realises how much its £4bn 2012 reorganisation was mistaken.
Sue Wilson follows up on her last open letter to the prime minister. “I also want to congratulate you on still being prime minister. I wasn’t sure that you would last this long when I last wrote, but I stand corrected. I’m very happy about this, as I really think that the Brexit to come – whether a hard deal or no deal – should have your name all over it. You deserve nothing less, especially as I know how you like to take all the credit.”
It is often said that we do not miss things until they have gone. For the past year PM Johnson has been in trade negotiations with the US. He has refused time and again to place protections for the NHS on the negotiations.
The prime minister does not speak for ordinary Conservatives 12 September Dear editor, I am deeply concerned by the government’s plan to break promises made in the Withdrawal Agreement; an international treaty signed less than a year ago. The Northern Ireland secretary admitted this would break international law. The internal markets bill would renege on […]