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Wednesday, 8 February 2012

Lansley 'should be taken out and shot' and GP health bill-backers turn against reforms.

The Times' political columnist, Rachel Sylvester added that Lansley ‘seems emotionally incapable of showing any understanding of other people's concerns and intellectually unwilling to consider alternative ideas' and called for him to be sacked. With Lansley having lost the support of all the major medical colleges including the RCGP, the three leading health journals and currently receiving a ‘mauling' in the Lords; another insider said Lansley was ‘just a disaster' and ‘we're back to square one'. Apparently it's being mooted in No.10 that former health secretary, Alan Milburn, could be given a peerage and asked to retake the hot seat at the Department of Health.


Anonymous said...

His days are surely numbered ..... he has been a total disaster. The NHS and us deserve better than this.

Peter G

Lowcarb team member said...

"Andrew Lansley's wife, Sally Low, is the managing director of Low Associates. Sally Low denies that Low Associates is involved in lobbying, preferring to describe its activities as providing "strategic advice" to clients. However, Low Associates helps people prepare before they give evidence to committees of MPs, and Sally Low has given speeches on improving lobbying skills, in which she said that lobbyists should “establish positive relationships with decision-makers before you need their help”. Clients of Low Associates personnel in their previous careers have included the pharmaceutical companies SmithKline Beecham, Unilever and Procter & Gamble"

Anonymous said...

This man has got to go, he is still hanging on but for how much longer?

Well done to the lady who stood up to him yesterday, 20th Feb. I am sorry I do not remember your name although I watched you on the news.
Keep on doing what you are doing. I think we should all make ourselves heard.

We all need the NHS it should remain available to all.