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Dr Evan Harris fisks: What is really at stake on the health reforms

On 8th April Norman wrote an interesting article here entitled “The NHS: safe in our hands”. That article is a good basis on which to discuss a few of the problems with the bill and the Government’s approach so far.

We should be clear that Norman Lamb is one of the good guys, who spotted earlier than most the problems with the White Paper and the Bill, and has been very clear that it requires radical surgery. He has also been particularly concerned, and this week expressed this publicly, that the pace of change is financially (and …

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  • User AvatarJohn Marriott 25th Jan - 11:38pm
    Given some of the comments about Dr Lee I wonder why he is bothering. We hear much about spiteful Tories and brutal Labour. It would...
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    As someone who has had to stand on trains from the Midlands to London I agree more capacity is needed. But, HS2 in its present...
  • User AvatarInnocent Bystander 25th Jan - 9:51pm
    I didn't understand. What would the LibDem Lords support have to do with the business case? That's arithmetic not politics and it's someone else's money...
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    @ David Evershed "The increasing estimates of the cost of HS2 and the reducing estimates of the benefits mean there is no busines case for...
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    Well done
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    @ expats If you built 200,000 homes for £100 billion then, by my arithmetic, they'd cost £500k each which is probably not that affordable for...