posted on May, 9 2011 @ 04:30 PM
The government has fought off a Commons challenge to its controversial plans to shake up the health service in England. MPs rejected a Labour call
for the proposals to be abandoned, but the coalition's parliamentary majority was cut by more than a third. Labour called the changes "damaging and
unjustified", and the Royal College of GPs said they risked "unravelling and dismantling" the NHS.
So yet again we have been sold out. Another step on the way to privatising the NHS, and ensuring the rich get a better standard than the poor. This
sort of thing is what the referendum last week should have been about, not the pointless AV which really was a joke and of no real consequence either
way - the system is crooked.