Crisis? What crisis? A predictable response from the myopic friend of the fat cats Jeremy Hunt.

 

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‘There’s no crisis – what’s all the fuss about’

Key features missing from the media debate are the massive cut in funding; nurses and other essential staff, deprived of a decent wage rise for 8 years, leaving the profession and being replaced by expensive agency staff – a rip-off for the privateers.
This goes on while the Tories have transferred some £56billion extra into the wallets of the spivs who donate 70% of the Tory Party’s income.
The BBC flagship Newsnight questioned Hunt about the crisis. They didn’t land a glove on him. Not one of these key issues were raised with him.
The time for hand-wringing about the appalling consequences for patients resulting from the Tory private vision for the NHS is past.
It’s time to develop a strategy, particularly from the NHS trade union leaders, to turf the Tories from power and replace them with a Corbyn-led government.

 

One thought on “Crisis? What crisis? A predictable response from the myopic friend of the fat cats Jeremy Hunt.

  1. The NHS trade unions seem to be as bad as the hand in glove BBC,at any oportune moment,no teeth when it comes to biting back tory mad dog Hunt !The fox is impotent against the vicious pack of Hunts hounds!Hunts Direct Democracy agenda ploughs on full steam ahead!

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