Fear and Loathing in Great Britain
A letter a day to number 10. No 1,150
Friday 17 July 2015.
Dear Mr Cameron,
On 7 June 2011 you said the following: “But let me also be clear, no: we will not be selling off the NHS, we will not be moving towards an insurance scheme, we will not introduce an American-style private system.
In this country, we have this most wonderful, precious institution and idea.
That whenever you’re ill, however rich you are, you can walk into a hospital or surgery and get treated for free. No questions asked. No cash asked.
I will never put that at risk.”
It seems that age is catching up with members of the other house as they appear to be a little hard of hearing. Lord David Prior, the newly ennobled “Under Secretary of State for NHS Productivity” has called for an inquiry into future funding of the NHS which…
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Absolutely spot on. At least three Tory ministers should have been properly investigated for embezzlement. 1) Duncan-Smith who invented the fictitious job for his millionaire wife: 2) Vaizey who invoiced personal furniture to his office: and, 3) Hunt, who expected us to believe he didn’t understand the expenses system, thereby allowing him to embezzle thousands of pounds to which he was most definitely not entitled.
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A splendid letter to the worst Prime Minister I have ever seen… and I include Thatcher in there. This loathsome mendacious toff really does believe what Kitty Jones so brilliantly said… that the poor are created by the Welfare State.
If ensuring civilised financial support for people in need creates poverty, then just imagine how absolutely impoverished the rich must be with all the state handouts they get …