Around the coalition in 80 days


Michael Winnng

It has now been about 80 days sicne the coagulation took power if that’s what you could call it. 6th May to 25th July is about that, almost 80 days exactly. Usually yu do this sort of stuff in 100 days, but today’s headline in the DT, that NHS managers are drawing up a list of “services” to cut, just emphasises how this lot are not really any different from the last lot.

Instead of cutting services, why not let the “managers” fire themselves? More money would be saved and you could have MORE hip operations, not less. The sale of their BMWs alone – and rights to their parking spaces – would pay for probably a whole new hospital.

This whole episode just shows that whoever you vote for, the government always gets in. Under this current dispensation at any rate. Something will have to be done soon.

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One response to “Around the coalition in 80 days

  1. C H Ingoldby

    I would question how accurate this leaked list is.

    Remember, there is going to be a lot of pushback from the organisations the government is trying to streamline and reform. I expect a lot of leaked lists warning of terrible things from those departments which are afraid of having some of their bloated fat trimmed.