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You have bought a luxury bathroom for Jeremy Hunt, so he won’t have to mix with the plebs who work for him [Image: Evolve Politics].

This is the reason Tories want your healthcare to be provided on the cheap – so they can lavish your tax money on themselves.

The cost of this extravagance could cover the annual wages of 2 nurses, 169 sessions of chemo or 15 delivered babies, This Site is reliably informed.

Meanwhile Jeremy Hunt has cut NHS funding by £22 billion, and nurses’ wages by 14 per cent.

Ask your Tory-voting, NHS-using neighbour why they keep letting people like Mr Hunt do this to them.

Conservative Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt is at the centre of a fresh expenses row today after it emerged that he demanded a £44,000 taxpayer funded private bathroom was installed exclusively for his own personal use in his London penthouse office.

Despite demanding massive £22 billion worth of ‘efficiency savings’ from the already overstretched NHS budget, the deeply unpopular Conservative Health Secretary decided to spare absolutely no expense with his very own private taxpayer funded bathroom.

Kitted out with floor to ceiling luxury slate tiles, state of the art motion activated lighting and even a ‘designer toilet’, Hunt’s bathroom, generously paid for by unwitting taxpayers, could have paid the salaries of two full time nurses.

The Conservative minister insisted on having the bathroom installed so he can freshen up after his occasional cycle-rides to work.

The new £25m Department of Health (DoH) offices, located in Central London, already have showers for staff close to the bike racks.

However, according to reports, Jeremy Hunt insisted on having his very own private bathroom installed in his penthouse office so he can freshen up without being disturbed by lower-level colleagues.

Source: Jeremy Hunt spent £44k of YOUR TAX MONEY on a personal luxury private bathroom in his penthouse office | Evolve Politics


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