In some cases, patients will gain more choice over the GP they use – which is why this change should be only a start.
Posts Tagged: Andrew Lansley MP
He has dropped from view because he seems to have achieved the improbable feat, for a Conservative, of promoting change without picking a fight with NHS staff.
The story of the fight over Andrew Lansley’s measure – in which this site had a hand.
Recent ConservativeHome authors James Wharton and Guto Bebb are present. Both expressed concern about the consequences for their areas of the offer to Scotland.
All four finalists are female, two are councillors, and three appeared in the race for South East Cambridgeshire.
When it comes to the NHS, the Labour leader enjoys making promises: to tear up Coalition policy, to reduce waiting times, to somehow find the money… but can he deliver?
It’s a bad thing that former Ministers are reluctant both to earn outside the lower house and to stay within it.
Last week proves that the Prime Minister needs a big hitter in Europe. That means pulling the Lansley candidacy.
The man with a track record of shaking up the status quo is Martin Callanan.
We get in our bid to be nice about him before rather than after he’s fired.
Four principles for the shift when it comes.
It’s hard to stand with the people against elites whilst telling them what to eat, and to lament a ‘cost of living crisis’ whilst pushing new taxes on life’s pleasures.
The new CEO of NHS England starts today – and an election could ride on his success.
He’s back! How Number 10 shut the whips out from the last reshuffle. The Clegg & Farage debate: I was there. And finally: my smut pledge to ConHome readers.
The Hitchen and Harpenden MP has all the necessary qualifications for the post.
No-one can explain what the Bill is for – consistently, at any rate. And no-one seems to be in charge.