Conservative MP apologises for Cameron’s hospital blunder

First there was the little matter of David Cameron campaigning to save health services in Altrincham that, er…, didn’t actually exist.

And now one of his MPs has apologised for another blunder over another hospital. It turns out that whilst Cameron was saying it was at risk, it, er…, wasn’t really:

Henry Bellingham, the Tory MP for North-West Norfolk, made a public apology on behalf of the Tories, saying the Queen Elizabeth hospital in King’s Lynn should not have been on the “hit list”.

More in The Telegraph.

It almost makes you pine for the days when David Cameron just spent his time changing his clothes again and again.

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  • No! We should and are attacking both. Good :o)

  • Aren’t you a Tory, Ralph? I’m not sure I buy Tories suggesting we don’t attack the Tories, for obvious reasons 😉

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