Private firm wins NHS contract despite charging £7m MORE than NHS – Pride’s Purge

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Here’s Tom Pride: The government has awarded an £80 million NHS contract to a private firm despite the company charging taxpayers £7 million more than an NHS consortium bidding against it:

Stoke NHS hospital scanning contract won by private firm

More proof – if any more were needed – that the Lib Dem/Tory government’s mad dash to privatise eveything in its sights is a purely political aganda and nothing to do with saving taxpayers money.

Read the rest on Pride’s Purge.

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2 thoughts on “Private firm wins NHS contract despite charging £7m MORE than NHS – Pride’s Purge

  1. Harry

    “It’s the corruption stupid”.

    All over this festering EU we are seeing “privatisation” which is of course a euphemism to obfuscate the reality: Theft of public assets.

    In Denmark we see Dong energy being sold to the likes of global class asset strippers like Goldman Sachs. Some suspicious types seem to think Stephen Kinnock of the Glorious Neil & Glennys lineage is involved somehow: Possibly related to his Davos links via WEF as well as his marriage to the Danish PM. Some people are so cynical eh?

    Globally, Government, financial and Corporate, Military, as well as judicial, and international crime have all climbed into a vast melting pot and congealed into something extraordinarily putrescent and corrupt. Voting won’t help. Proper around the clock organised protesting is required;
    non stop until the festering rot is destroyed.

    1. aussieeh

      You’ve hit the nail on the head. Problem we have is, it’s not tens of thousands we need on the streets protesting, it’s tens of millions. Every village, town and city day and night. The media would have no other option but to report it.

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