This is an interesting article from the Guardian. It’s WORTH A READ, in my view. Check it out!
Personally, I was rather disappointed with this article from the Guardian. Perhaps, the headline should have been:
In Defence of Mediocrity at the NHS
What ever happened to the extra billions that were pumped into the NHS under the previous Labour Government? Where’s the value now?
- Jeremy Hunt accused of turning NHS deaths into ‘political capital’ (guardian.co.uk)
- Doctors pass motion of no confidence in health secretary Jeremy Hunt | Politics | guardian.co.uk (dralfoldman.com)
- NHS braces for onslaught from Jeremy Hunt in run-up to report on care failure (guardian.co.uk)
- Watch live: Jeremy Hunt statement on death rates at NHS hospitals (telegraph.co.uk)
- All else has failed. We have to liberalise the NHS (blogs.spectator.co.uk)
- High death rates in 11 hospitals ‘not the end of the story’, says Jeremy Hunt (telegraph.co.uk)
- Keogh review: 11 NHS hospitals to be placed in special measures as Jeremy Hunt reveals thousands of patients needlessly died (medfinder.wordpress.com)
- Jeremy Hunt to send ‘hit squads’ into failing NHS trusts (guardian.co.uk)
- Jeremy Hunt might have descended to the gutter over the NHS, but he’s taken Labour with him (blogs.telegraph.co.uk)
- Review ‘very difficult day for NHS’ (standard.co.uk)