NHS: We’ve Had More Investment but Less Return

by Edward Leigh MP During yesterday’s debate on the future of the NHS including the reforms proposed by Andrew Lansley, I pointed out the glaring disparity between the taxpayer’s greater and greater investment in the National Health Service: Sadly, despite massive increases in funding over fifteen years, there has been an undoubted catastrophic decline in… Read More NHS: We’ve Had More Investment but Less Return

Thought for the day. June 20. Charge foreigners for using the NHS. By David Davies MP

A few years ago my Hungarian girlfriend, (now wife) woke up needing a doctor. “How much will it cost?” she asked. I laughed at the preposterousness of the question. “This is Britain. It doesn’t cost anything”. But she persisted in asking for cash. “Of course they don’t charge you”, she said, “but I’m not British. I don’t… Read More Thought for the day. June 20. Charge foreigners for using the NHS. By David Davies MP

Thought for the day: Nanny Hewitt. June 7th. By Nadine Dorries MP

                        Patricia Hewitt                        Mrs Doubtfire I once had a meeting with Nanny Hewitt in her office. I was early. Her PPS probably wishes I hadn’t been. The office wasn’t very big, but did contain a sofa, which was adorned with a duvet and pillows. The sofa was in fact, an Emin-esque unmade bed. When Nanny… Read More Thought for the day: Nanny Hewitt. June 7th. By Nadine Dorries MP

SPECIAL REPORT – Peter Bone MP calls for “radical” NHS reform

“It is clear that the National Health Service is not working. Patients are not getting the treatment they require when they require it. The NHS is not free at the point of use, demonstrated by dental fees, opticians’ prices and private operations if the NHS can’t deliver.   It is time to get rid of this… Read More SPECIAL REPORT – Peter Bone MP calls for “radical” NHS reform