What does Mr Cameron believe in? His own ministers aren’t sure | Andrew Rawnsley | Comment is free | The Observer

This is a brilliant article from Andrew Rawnsley in the Observer. It’s a MUST READ in my view. Check it out!

What does Mr Cameron believe in? His own ministers aren’t sure | Andrew Rawnsley | Comment is free | The Observer.

Personally, I very much identified with this article.

When David Cameron first came to power, I hope that he might be a one-nation conservative or a compassionate Tory. {Open this link for more detail on my political views} Reality, as demonstrated in the above article, is that Cameron has has no convictions other than staying in office as long as possible.

As a life long Tory, I have often been ashamed by David Cameron’s leadership of both the Government and the Conservative Party.

Let me turn this to an open question:

How do you think that history is likely to remember David Cameron?

English: David Cameron, Prime Minister of the ...

English: David Cameron, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom and leader of the Conservative Party (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Any thoughts?

 

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NHS competition holds up creation of specialist cancer treatment centres | Politics | The Observer

This is an amazing article from the Guardian/Observer. It’s a MUST READ, in my view. Check it out!

NHS competition holds up creation of specialist cancer treatment centres | Politics | The Observer.

The article appears to blame delayed roll-out of cancer care improvements on the Government’s NHS competition policies.

In my mind, this article is pitched clearly at the Guardian’s readership who are typically anti greater privatization of the NHS.

Surely it’s time to stop squabbling over  ideology?

Let’s face the reality. Because of Government cock-ups, this Winter, fewer people will get quality Accident and Emergency care. Also Britain will continue to be denied the levels of cancer treatment available in the rest of Europe.

From the vantage of a political blogger, I am increasingly concerned that the UK’s main-stream media is inflaming the UK healthcare crisis, pandering to

English: NHS logo

English: NHS logo (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

ideology  and sponsors.

Surely, it is obvious that it not in the UK’s national interest to keep throwing good money after bad on the National Health Service?

Are there any UK politicians, or mainstream journalists, brave enough to argue that the NHS must be scrapped and replaced by a new best-practice model of public healthcare?

Any thoughts?

 

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