Saturday, 2 November 2013

The NHS under David Cameron

Since coming to power in May 2010, the Coalition has axed 14,650 health workers, at a cost to the taxpayer of £395 million. One couple received almost £1m in redundancy payments, only to be re-hired by the NHS three months later. The Tories blame the contracts put in place by the last Labour government. That's the Tories who, at any other time of the year, break the rules and change the law as and when it suits them • Mirror 

More than 10,000 NHS managers have seen their pay rise by 13 per cent in four years, with increases last year at three times the rate for nurses, official figures disclose • Telegraph 

How the new NHS boss has helped ruin health services on two continents • Morning Star 

"I love our NHS, and I never want to do it any harm." David Cameron, July 2013