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- Richard Underhill 28th Jul - 10:37pm
The Tories also promised to contunue with parity of esteem for menatl health. Let's see if they do.
- Mick Taylor 28th Jul - 10:27pm
People who quote JM Keynes should actually read him. Keynes was writing at a time when government was less than 20% of the national economy...
- Tim Hill 28th Jul - 10:19pm
You are very welcome Jakob.
- Tim Hill 28th Jul - 10:18pm
Richard is right in a way. Just imagine how much it would have been cut over the 5 years without Paul and Norman being Health...
- David 28th Jul - 10:11pm
I notice no lib dems MPs have defended his right to use drugs in his private life if that is how he chooses to spend...
- David Raw 28th Jul - 10:11pm
Fao Richard Underhill. 28th Jul '15 - 8:27pm "The current Tory government is cutting spending on mental health now that we are not there to...